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We are in a moment of great uncertainty. Not only politics, but above all economic. It is clear that authorities, for their part, tend to declarations that push for optimism with regard to growth and economic recovery, on the other hand, is equally true that if Europe has resumed, this resumption is made less stable by a number of non-secondary factors. In the first place, obviously, employement, with the rise in the number of jobs overcrowded by the increase in part-time contracts, in the name of a “less work, work all”, but largely fails to figure out the rise in youth employment. The political and economic framework is another element of deep uncertainty: increasing protectionism, especially in America, but not only, does European companies have on average more than 10% more customs barriers than just a couple of years ago, a figure that alone expresses much more than so many speeches. Even Brexit, which falls apart, does not have a definite connotation,and creates uncertainty, as...


Imports into China fell far more than expected in August, adding to concerns over the effect of the slowdown in the world's second largest economy.Imports fell by 13.8 percent compared...




Fading French figures have dragged down Eurozone private sector business growth according to a Markit survey.April has seen new orders in the region slow despite a big fall in the euro...




Russia's economy has contracted by around two percent in the first quarter but Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev says the economic situation is stabilising.The Kremlin has blamed the...




Britain's jobless total is at its lowest level for nearly seven years.The number of people in work is up 248,000 to 31.049 million – the biggest jump in three months in almost a year....




OPEC says its expect demand for its oil to be higher than expected as its policy of letting prices fall to hurt other producers begins to bite. The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting...




China has posted its slowest growth in six years. The figures confirm perceptions that the world's second largest economy is showing weakness in key sectors. Monthly retail sales,...




Global goods trade will grow over the next two years, but not as much as previously expected, according to the WTO. The World Trade Organisation predicts a 3.3 percent rise this year...




Quaker Chemical gains efficiencies on tooling costs and solves coating incompatibilities with QUAKERCOOL® 750 TPFor many pipe manufacturers, annual threading tool costs can be ten...


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