If the United States wishes to have a dialogue, our door is wide open. If it is looking for a fight, we will fight until the end.
Reviving the middle of the country has become a priority in the U.S. political agenda. Donald Trump has proposed such a revival in the most absurd way possible: turning back time.
It’s clear that Trump’s goal is not just to expand or protect the U.S. market.
<i>The change in interest rates doesn't come at the greatest time for the American economy. The administration and Congress are now accountable.</i>
Rarely has a meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board been given as much attention as the current one. Unable to return to its former strength since [before] the [Read more]
The world has become addicted to unconventional measures and low rates. But like all drugs, the latter can have harmful side effects.
In the United States, money is once again flowing freely. Life goes on as if the lessons of 2007-2008 have been forgotten. Under cover of rediscovered euphoria, the next global systemic shock is developing — worse than the previous one.
<i>His visit is a positive political message to promote projects that create jobs.</i>
Today Joe Biden, vice president of the U.S., lands at La Aurora Airport. The last time he was in Guatemala was nine months ago, in June of last year. I, along with other representatives of civil society, had the pleasant [Read more]