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When the FED procrastinates

Why put off something to the next day when you can do it the day after the next day, said, with humor, Mark Twain. This joke sums up perfectly the non-decision by the FED regarding interests rates in the U.S. Explanations are not convincing. China has a broad back. An interest rate increase in the U.S, regarded until the meeting as sure, would have generated a rise of the dollar, followed by the Yuan since the two currencies were linked by a fixed parity. This is why Chinese authorities, indeed at the worst time, had decided to reform ...

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Barack Obama and Climate Change

The American president recently set a new goal for the United States: reducing gas emissions. The resolution has been praised all over the world, notably in France by Ségolène Royal. This is a good signal and it anticipates the significant breakthrough to be made at the Paris conference on climate that will be held at the end of the year. But one must not be mistaken and look at the background and scope of such decision.

Sure, the country that emits the most important amount of CO2 has finally decided to fight for a cause that is unanimously ...

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Art and Innovation: the American example

Silicon Valley symbolizes boldness, innovation and the American accomplishment. What if the best museums on the East Coast (Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New York) were also showing us the same success story in addition to the aesthetic emotions they provide? They tell us about the world, about the genius and weaknesses of France as much as they exhibit the audacity and passion for innovation of the American people.

How to explain differently the fact that a few museums or foundations own the most emblematic works of the greatest innovators, namely the Impressionists and those who followed them? At that time, our ...

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