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Outlook 2024: China unusually candid about economic challenges, and more

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Outlook 2024: China unusually candid about economic challenges
By Herbert Poenisch
China has shown signs of recovery from the shocks of the pandemic. Important advancements have been made in building a modern industrial system. But President Xi Jinping acknowledged in his New Year address that difficulties must be tackled to achieve further economic recovery and the Central Economic Work Conference gave a sombre assessment of the situation.

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Developing markets must lean on private sector for climate mitigation
By Charlotte Gardes-Landolfini and Torsten Ehlers
To achieve net zero by 2050 in emerging market and developing economies, the private sector needs to step up.

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Unlocking new investment: Labour ‘s approach to funding UK growth
Wednesday 17 January, Roundtable
Darren Jones, shadow chief secretary to the Treasury, discusses the investment opportunities for the UK in the next decade and what is needed to realise it.

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Looking ahead: US monetary policy in 2024
Anna Wong, chief US economist for Bloomberg Economics, joins Mark Sobel, US chair of OMFIF, to discuss the outcomes of the 13 December Federal Open Market Committee meeting. 

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Future of payments 2023
From central banks’ forays into digital currencies and attitudes to cross-border payments, this report delves into the push to develop regional payment networks and the challenges of establishing regulatory harmony.

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