Evident by the increase in reforms & assessments, many #LatAm governments are working to improve #edu opportunities… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…— Brookings Global (@BrookingsGlobal) Friday, April 28, 2017
Low investment & weak productivity growth make the global economic recovery’s durability questionable, experts say:… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…— Brookings Global (@BrookingsGlobal) Friday, April 28, 2017
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Mr. Trump seems to want to move the U.S. toward China’s approach, rather than move China toward the U.S. approach of open trade and globalization. He seems to want the U.S. to be more like China than China to be more like the U.S. And I’m not sure that’s the best path for the U.S. to go down.
Mr. Trump ought to pick the right fights rather than focus on issues that resonate with his political base but which are unlikely to help U.S. economic interest in either the short term or long run.
The U.S. gives 40 percent of the [World Food Program's] budget. So if you cut 40 percent by 40 percent, that would come to 12 million people a year not getting access to food support.