Brazil’s economy is going down yet national politics is more dysfunctional than it has been in years.
President Barack Obama’s own Democrats refuse to give him negotiating authority for a twelve-nation trade deal.
Congress delays legislation that would have consolidated India’s various local and state taxes into one national levy.
The Japanese prime minister promises agricultural reforms in order to advance the Trans Pacific Partnership.
Ministers urge Greece to make haste with economic reforms in order to qualify for continued financial support.
Jeb Bush criticizes Hillary Clinton for backpedaling on a trade agreement that has divided the Democratic Party.
Having barely made an effort to shrink the state, Italy’s reformist premier starts talking about stimulus.
Plans to raise taxes while slowing liberal economic reforms are unlikely to woo Greece’s European creditors.
Years of living large and putting off economic reforms are finally catching up with Brazil.
The Greek prime minister promises policy changes in order to qualify for continued financial support.
The Dutch and Germans worry that “easy money” will discourage less competitive countries from reforming.
European finance ministers allow France two more years to bring its deficit in line with the bloc’s fiscal rules.