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|... adding investors are increasingly turning to Latin America. Mulligan said the Pacific Alliance, which comprises Peru, Mexico, Columbia and Chile, provide a risk-adjusted performance better than emerging markets in Asia over the medium to long-term. Over ...|
|... against China then, announcing another set of tariffs on US$200bn worth of Chinese goods (effective 24 September) and the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) signed on 1 October. Perhaps it's the combination of all these negative factors that's ...|
|... gain access to US listed shares." Deutsche developed transferable custody receipts in 1995, offering them in Argentina, Mexico and most recently Chile. Deutsche Bank sets up the security's structure and acts as depositary bank, pays the dividends to ...|
|... Grand Final holiday on September 28, Labour Day on October 1 - or maybe it's been out-headlined by news of the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). But the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) met as usual on the first Tuesday of the month (except January) ...|
|... (NAFTA) in his tally of 'wins' after the United States and Canada struck a last minute trade deal (already signed by Mexico) that allows Canada to re-join in the new NAFTA, which henceforth shall be called the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). ...|
|... Government Super (LGS), the industry fund for NSW local government employees joined the US state treasuries of California, New Mexico and Rhode Island and the cities of Asheville, San Francisco and King County as founding signatories to the Green Bond ...|
|... Sino-American tit-for-tat is the public face of the trade war but there's also battles being waged against Canada and Mexico (NAFTA) and more recently, Trump has been reported to be setting his crosshairs on Japan (then back to Europe?). America's ...|
|... aluminium in the name of "national security" that begot retaliatory tariffs from China, Canada, Japan, the European Union and Mexico, among others. Australia was exempted. Emerging markets - most of which are heavily reliant on trade - are now bearing ...|
|... measures. These are just the headlined reports of the on-going battle over trade. America's also in a stoush with Canada, Mexico, Japan and the European Union, among others. But latest reports provide indications that Trump might be softening (don't ...|
|... Belgium plus some change. And this is just with America's war with China, there's still the European Union, Canada, Mexico and Japan. The history and numerous studies on the repercussions of a global trade war have only one conclusion, it's ...|
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