Argentina – more problems during Pres. Fernandez’ second term;
Belgium – a new Federal government, at last;
China – the markets no longer believe in accelerated yuan appreciation;
Eurozone – the meaning of Standard & Poor’s downgrade;
South Africa – an ominous widening of the current-account BoP gap.
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Other countries covered by this report are: Brazil, Croatio, Malawi, Myanmar, Peru, Russia, Slovenia, United States
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