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@OECD says: Government spending needs to focus more on investment in the areas that drive sustainable growth. Especially human capital where falling PISA scores could have a persisting negative impact on productivity levels over the next 30-40 years.

OECD Economic Outlook, Interim Report February 2024; Strengthening the foundations for growth

According to @rielcano Latin America pursues its own national interests by aligning with the different blocs on different issues: on values they do so with the US and the EU, and on economic interests they do so with China.

Real Instituto Elcano
La geopolítica de América Latina ante la rivalidad EEUU-China: del relato a los datos
Ernesto Talvi

According to @BCG, with bold action, banks could roughly double their valuations in the next 5 years. Achieving this goal is important not only to improve shareholder returns but also to support wider economic health and to finance the energy transition.

Boston Consulting Group
To Seize a $7 Trillion Opportunity, Banks Need Bolder Strategies for Serving Customers and Society

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