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Intro to the Global Economy
How do events on Wall Street affect the textile industry in New Delhi? Is China the new economic superpower, or is it's wealth a passing phenomenon? Why is there such a large gap between rich and poor countries? Find out more about the global economy here.
The European Union is a major political and economic establishment comprised of 28 European nations.
A United Nations institution, the International Monetary Fund aims to ensure stability of the international monetary system.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development promotes economic and social well-being worldwide through international collaboration.
A United Nations institution, the stated goals of the World Bank are to end extreme poverty and boost mutual prosperity.
The World Trade Organization is an international body that negotiates trade, settles international finance disputes, and builds trade capacity in developing countries.
Offers world news coverage with an emphasis on both domestic and international economics.
Wall Street Journal
Based out of New York City, NY, this popular publication offers current affairs with an emphasis on international and domestic economics.