By Joe Ware
Brazil is burdened by a political struggle that has seen President Dilma Rousseff impeached, a sharp economic downturn and a public health crisis in the form of the Zika virus. Now, on top of that, Rio has to stage the Olympics.
The Undercover Economist - 28 Jun 2016
News24 - 28 Jun 2016
Brexit may benefit the Liberal Party, led by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. His governing coalition is using Brexit to call for stable government in Australia, and is leading the opinion polls a week before the July 2 vote.
Nikkei Asian Review - 28 Jun 2016
George Greenwood - 28 Jun 2016
Breugel - 28 Jun 2016
The UK will soon be free to choose its own tax direction. Not least, the UK can now decide whether it wants to keep VAT, while its international tax agreed separately with each country, will continue whatever its post-Brexit relationship with the EU is.
Institute of Economic Affairs - 28 Jun 2016
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Fiona Bruce & Benedict Rogers - 28 Jun 2016
Venezuela is convulsing from hunger. Food riots, protesting and mass looting have erupted around the country. The nation’s food is now transported under armed guard with police firing rubber bullets at desperate mobs storming grocery stores.
Economic Policy Journal - 28 Jun 2016
The Belem Circle - 28 Jun 2016
George Trefgarne - 27 Jun 2016
House ownership may be a distant dream for the younger generation in the UK, but not for those in China. Nearly half of 18-29 year-olds in China own a house debt-free; suggesting that loan from parents is the key to home ownership for younger generation.
Business Insider - 28 Jun 2016