The rise of Eurasia: Genuine growth potential for Europe
Since the 2000s, the rise of the Eurasian supercontinent has been increasingly discussed around the world, including in the West. This issue has come to the forefront again due to Covid 19, as the various impacts of the pandemic and its potential long-term effects may change how we think about the world. The 21st century can truly be the century of a joint Europe and Asia, if the megatrends underpinning the future generate unique synergies in the four key areas of sustainability, technology, finance and geopolitics.
BOK Deputy Governor: the balance sheets of central banks are likely to expand continuously for the time being
The Deputy Governor of the Bank of Korea told novekedes.hu that most countries in the Asian region are expected to be less severely hit than the US or the Euro area. According to Kyuil Chung, the Korean New Deal with other relevant measures ensure that the great transformation toward a digital and green economy will lead to sustainable and inclusive growth.