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2021 Forecasts

Economist – The World in 2021

The January edition of PRÉMIO includes a section with the economic forecasts of  the magazine "The Economist - The World in 2021" - in the several world countries and in different sectors of activity. Read more

The End of History and Its Perpetual New Beginnings

André Pinotes Batista, Socialist Party Member of Parliament The armistice of August 14, 1945, which marked the end of the Second World War, was the cornerstone for the creation of seventy-four years of relative stabilization of Western Europe. The sustained...

Factors for the global economic recovery in 2021

Rafael Diogo, Financial and Markets Analyst at Bankinter Portugal     Since the beginning of the pandemic, Bankinter’s Research arm has adopted a stance we call “grounded optimism”. Despite the huge uncertainty caused by CV-19 in recent months, we argued that it...

Strategy to Collect FDI: Our advantages in a new context of economic and social recovery

Eurico Brilhante Dias, Secretary of State for Internationalization Portugal witnessed until March 2020, for the first time since the advent of the Euro, a growth trajectory above the European average marked by a sharp increase in exports, as a result...

Artigos recentes | Recent articles

AMO and H/Advisors – A short history

It all started 22 years ago on Madison Avenue. Three of the world’s most senior financial PR professionals met to discuss a ground-breaking alliance, that would change the shape of the communications industry.

A conversation with Henry Kissinger

Over two days in late April 2023, The Economist spent over eight hours in conversation with Dr Kissinger. Just weeks before his 100th birthday, the former secretary of state and national security adviser laid out his concerns about the risks of great power conflict and offered solutions for how to avoid it. This is a transcript of the conversation, lightly edited for clarity.

The world on the wrong path

A new geopolitical and economic order is being written through the emergence of China as an economic, military and diplomatic superpower and threatening the status of the United States. We are heading towards a multipolar world in which the search for strategic autonomy is changing the dynamics of international trade for the worse. Nothing will be more determinant to the world’s destiny over forthcoming years than the relationship between Beijing and Washington. Europe risks being a mere bystander.
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