The Guardian - Reino Unido

26/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional Patrick Wintour

UK urged to push for EU foreign policy observer status role after Brexit

Proposal suggested earlier this year but there is scepticism about whether the idea will find support within European Union
25/07/2017
Argentina The Guardian - Reino Unido Medio Ambiente Damian Carrington

Alien species invasions and global warming a 'deadly duo', warn scientists

Foreign animals and plants can cause huge damage, with the march of Argentine ants in the UK a new example of how climate change is boosting the threat
25/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional Patrick Wintour

Macron attempts to broker Libyan peace with meeting of leaders

French president convenes talks between heads of rival factions in attempt to increase conflict-ravaged country’s political stability
24/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Larry Elliott

Brexit economy: sterling fall hits public finances and fails to boost trade

The latest monthly Guardian analysis uncovers signs amid the ongoing slowdown that pound depreciation may start to fade
19/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana David Agren

Mexico leaders' pledges fall short as graft remains 'heart of the political system'

In the year since President Enrique Peña Nieto signed an anti-corruption system into law, the government and its allies have undermined it, activists say
19/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional

Six ways Trump is 'dismantling' the US after six months in office

Trump has been paralyzed on healthcare and tax reform, but his administration has been active in eroding safeguards and protections elsewhere by Dominic Rushe, Oliver Milman, Molly Redden, Jamiles Lartey, David Smith and Oliver Laughland
19/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana Dom Phillips

'People are getting poorer': hunger and homelessness as Brazil crisis deepens

Unemployment and social instability threaten unwelcome return to the past in recession-hit country once seen as a model for developing economies
18/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Niamh McIntyre

Which countries are the most (and least) committed to reducing inequality?

The UK’s lack of investment in education and low tax rates put it 17th in a new Oxfam inequality index – which ranks Sweden top out of 152 countries, and Nigeria bottom
17/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Larry Elliott

Governments have to invest in the fourth industrial revolution

Despite the unprecedented speed of current breakthroughs investment is weak and money is either stashed away or distributed to shareholders
17/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Amanda Holpuch

Trump's tax proposal would push US below Greece on inequality index

Researchers say tax reform plan would increase gap between rich and poor. US already does ‘very badly’ on global inequality index
14/07/2017
Argentina The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Nikil Saval

Globalisation: the rise and fall of an idea that swept the world

The Washington consensus was bad for business: most countries did worse than before. Growth faltered, and citizens across Latin America revolted against attempted privatisations of water and gas. In Argentina, which followed the Washington consensus to the letter, a grave crisis resulted in 2002, precipitating an economic collapse and massive street protests that forced out the government that had pursued privatising reforms. Argentina’s revolt presaged a left-populist upsurge across the continent: from 1999 to 2007, leftwing leaders and parties took power in Brazil, Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador, all of them campaigning against the Washington consensus on globalisation. These revolts were a preview of the backlash of today.
14/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional Patrick Wintour

With UK sidelined, Macron forges unlikely alliance with Trump

French president takes advantage of Brexit to flex muscles on world stage and forge own special relationship with US
13/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Phillip Inman

UK public finances face twin threat from Brexit and downturn, says OBR

Budget watchdog warns country is in worse shape to withstand recession than they were on eve of financial crash
12/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional

The Guardian view on Trump and Russia: for father and son, it gets worse

Editorial - The Trump campaign’s ties to Russia never passed the smell test. The latest revelations, in emails released by his son, reek
10/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional Jennifer Rankin

Brexit: May offering EU workers in UK 'second-class citizenship' – MEPs

EU parliament’s Brexit coordinator among group of MEPs saying PM’s opening offer falls short of EU proposal and even Vote Leave’s campaign pledges
06/07/2017
Política The Guardian - Reino Unido Política Internacional Emma Graham- Harrison

Trump says US mulling 'very severe' response to North Korea missile test

US president says he is determined to confront threat from Pyongyang, after his ambassador to UN raises prospect of military action if diplomacy fails
06/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Phillip Inman

IMF warns G20 over protectionism in veiled criticism of Trump

Narrowly pursuing national interests could damage all countries, lender says before Hamburg meeting on Friday
06/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Jennifer Rankin

Japan and EU expected to sign trade deal after breakthrough in talks

Shinzo Abe to meet Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels – but UK exporters likely to see no gain due to Brexit
06/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Katie Allen

Real disposable income per head fell 2% in first quarter of 2017 from year earlier, the steepest decline since end of 2011

Rising prices in the wake of the Brexit vote have put the tightest squeeze on household incomes for more than five years, according to official figures on Britons’ economic wellbeing.
06/07/2017
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Larry Elliott

Productivity usually bounces back after a recession – why hasn't it?

The decade-long flatlining of Britain’s economy has hit living standards – firms have to be weaned off plentiful, low-skill labour to invest in new kit
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