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Author: BEN WHITE Source: Politico Date: 03/25/2021 The president’s team is preparing a $3 trillion spending proposal to power through Congress. They’re betting markets and the economy will cooperate long enough to pass it. President Joe Biden is charging ahead with plans for a $3 trillion federal spending spree just after pumping nearly...

Author: Alan Rappeport and Jeanna Smialek Source: Economic Times Date: April 6, 2021 WASHINGTON — The global economy is rebounding from the coronavirus pandemic faster than previously expected, largely thanks to the strength of the United States. But the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday that an uneven rollout of vaccines posed...

Author: Paul Krugman Source: The New York Times Date: April 1, 2021 House Democrats are hoping to pass President Biden’s infrastructure bill by July 4, because of course they are. The Biden team is making a point of wrapping its economic initiatives firmly in the flag. First came the American Rescue Plan; now we have the American Jobs Plan...

Author: Michael Spence, Joseph E. Stiglitz and Jayati Ghosh Source: Market Watch Date: March 24, 2021 The rich countries have spent a lot to support their economies; they should help the rest of the world do the same NEW YORK (Project Syndicate)—The United States expects to “celebrate independence” from COVID-19 by Independence...

Author: Larry Elliott Source: The Guardian Date: 7 Apr 2021 Governments should consider levying higher taxes on the income or wealth of the rich to help pay for the enormous cost of tackling the Covid-19 pandemic, the International Monetary Fund has said. Inequality had widened in the year since the virus first hit the global economy, the IMF said,...

Author: Eric Martin Source: Bloomberg Date: 7 April 2021 • Fund supports minimum global corporate income-tax rate •Surcharges on income taxes are among options, Gaspar says Taxes on high-income earners and corporations can help advanced economies raise revenues to recover from the global pandemic, the International Monetary Fund said. Rebuilding...

Author: Peter S. Goodman Source: The New York Times Date: March 29, 2021 The shutdown of the vital waterway and its impact on trade underscore the world’s reliance on global supply chains. LONDON — The world got another warning this week about the perils of its heavy reliance on global supply chains. As a single ship ran aground in...

Author: Catherine Bosley Source: Bloomberg Date: 16 February 2021 Switzerland’s wealth tax offers a rare real-world example of how a levy on assets can work, just as such ideas gain traction elsewhere in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. The measure forces residents in one of the world’s richest nations to tally the value of their...

Author: Marc Levinson Source: The New York Times Date: March 31, 2021 Long-distance supply chains hide costly risks — and those risks may help usher in a new stage of global commerce. The March 23 grounding of the giant vessel Ever Given (which was freed on Monday) in the Suez Canal may have been bad news for the world economy. Still, corks...

Author: Oliver Holmes and Quique Kierszenbaum in Jerusalem Source: The Guardian Date: Fri 2 Apr 2021 At the peak of Israel’s Covid vaccination drive, the halls of a huge basketball arena in Jerusalem were filled with people, each anxiously waiting up to two hours until their number was called. More than 3,000 people a day were being vaccinated...

Author: Homi Kharas and Meagan Dooley Source: Brookings Date: March 17, 2021 INTRODUCTION Just over a year into the COVID-19 crisis, it is apparent that there is great urgency for governments to address an overlapping set of issues—among them health, climate, nature, resilience, recovery, jobs, and inequality—at a scale far larger than...

Source: UNCTAD Date: 18 March 2021 New projections show stronger growth than expected in 2021, but the untackled problems of inequality, indebtedness and weak investment threaten hopes for a more resilient future. The global economy is set to grow by 4.7% this year, faster than predicted in September (4.3%), thanks in part to a stronger recovery...