The future shape of Capitalism : In the News

Obama calls for G20 joint action

  • Source: BBC News
  • Icon: Script 11th March 2009

US President Barack Obama has said that countries must take concerted action to spur global economic growth.

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50 people who will frame the debate on the Future of Capitalism

  • Source: Financial Times
  • Icon: Script 10th March 2009

50 people who will frame the debate on the Future of Capitalism

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The Future of Capitalism

  • Source: Financial Times
  • Icon: Script 9th March 2009

The Financial Times have started a new series 'The Future of Capitalism'

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New green strategy could create 400,000 jobs

  • Source: The Guardian
  • Icon: Script 6th March 2009

Ed Miliband, Climate Change Secretary says new jobs will be created in low-carbon industries for 400,000 people - from lagging lofts to nuclear power - the government will announce today.

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So much for capitalism

  • Source: The Economist
  • Icon: Script 5th March 2009

For two decades, in the 1980s and 1990s, China pushed forward a series of economic reforms that came at a vast cost, exceeded only by their vaster rewards. Now, as the financial crisis sweeps across the world, those reforms are going into reverse. It is a sign of how hard governments find it to shake off the habit of ownership.

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Bank of England to start pumping money into UK economy

  • Source: The Guardian
  • Icon: Script 5th March 2009

The financial crisis will enter a new phase today when the Bank of England announces that it will fight the economic downturn by pumping hundreds of billions of pounds into the economy.

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Brown says US bond ‘unbreakable’

  • Source: BBC News
  • Icon: Script 4th March 2009

In Gordon Brown's speech to both Houses on Capitol Hill, he states that neither nation should "succumb" to protectionism "which protects no-one", but seize opportunities ahead.

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Gordon Brown to warn US against economic protectionism

  • Source: The Daily Telegraph
  • Icon: Script 4th March 2009

Gordon Brown, the British Prime Minister, is preparing to use a speech to the US Congress in Washington to urge American politicians to avoid retreating to economic protectionism.

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