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Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Can the Philippines become a manufacturing powerhouse?Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Demographics to weigh on economic growth and interest ratesUS Economics > US Economics Update — America’s daunting long-term debt problemJapan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Raising the official retirement age may have little impactEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — What does the “services revolution” mean for EMs?China Economics > China Economics Update — China embraces reform – and slower growthUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Is the UK turning Japanese?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Can emerging economies get rich from commodities?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — ASEAN to outperform over the next decadeGlobal Economics > Global Economics Focus — Global growth prospects beyond 2020
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Nigerian economy could be region’s largest by 2014Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Why China & Brazil must become more alikeUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Is the output gap a crack or a chasm?US Economics > US Economics Update — US economic growth may be far from overChina Economics > China Economics Update — Is slower growth here to stay?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Do recessions damage supply? Some historical evidenceUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Birmingham & the West Midlands limited by low skill levelsEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — How large a devaluation do the peripheral economies need?Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — GDP by Industry (Apr.)Latin America Economics > Latin America Update — Balanced growth suggests Mexico will continue to outperform
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Syria: A prolonged crisis is on the cardsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — The economic consequences of Russia's unrestChina Economics > China Economics Update — Global slowdown will expose failure to boost consumptionChina Economics > China Economics Update — Policymakers embrace pro-growth stanceEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — How and when will the euro-zone break up?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Asia growth forecasts cut amid weak global outlookThis article appears in multiple services — Can Asia avoid the middle-income trap?Latin America Economics > Latin America Focus — Clinging to the coattails of China?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Spare capacity could yet turn inflation negativeUS Economics > US Economics Focus — Fall in potential growth unlikely to force Fed's hand
US Economics > US Economics Focus — The US could take years to recover from its debt hangoverThis article appears in multiple services — The next decade (Q2 2009)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Time to tear up the growth model?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — How to spot a recovery – the evidence from past recessionsUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Lower trend growth won’t stop inflation fallingThis article appears in multiple services — Mind the gap (Q2 2008)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Turkey: the end of a golden era?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Labour market reform critical to Polish prospectsThis article appears in multiple services — The shape of things to come – The UK economy over the next 20 years (Q2 2007)