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The Long March toward of the chinese economy

The publication of the Chinese growth numbers of the 2nd quarter confirms the strength of the economic rebound of the country, even if the comparisons are difficult to interpret. The Covid-19 pandemic hurt it as soon as in 2020 1st quarter and the fall of the economic activity has been extremely brutal before progressively rebounding and allowing China being the only one among major world economies to be able to show off a 2.3% growth in 2020. During 2021 1st quarter and 2nd quarter, GDP increased by 18.3% and 7.9% year-on-year. So this slowing is only apparent ...

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The innovation uncertainties

The Richard Branson short trip into space aboard his launching-airplane whose realization he had financed  as the coming stay in space of Jeff Bezos, also aboard a capsule whose he looked after the conception show how to which point innovation can create surprises. Who could have forecasted, during the Fifties, that the space competition between the United States and the Soviet Union could one day lead to leisure activities? Ray Bradbury, in his Martian Chronicles published at that time was rather imagining an invasion of Mars, at the beginning of the 21th century by the Earth inhabitants, impatient to extend ...

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The barrel of oil price and the climate

On the European market, the barrel of oil price is nearing 80$, at its highest for three years. This trend is all the more spectacular since it comes at a time when the OPEC members are not achieving an agreement about the evolution of their production. Traditionally, in this case, prices were falling because the lack of an agreement allowed each member to increase its production and the total supply quickly became superior to the demand. The United Arab Emirates have blocked the negotiation because they ask a reevaluation of their quota of 600 000 barrels per day. But they ...

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