Mexico Central Bank Minutes Show Majority of Board Members Saw No Evidence of Significant Pressures from Aggregate Demand

MEXICO CENTRAL BANK MINUTES SHOW MAJORITY OF BOARD MEMBERS SAW NO EVIDENCE OF SIGNIFICANT PRESSURES FROM AGGREGATE DEMAND ON PRICESThe material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com

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Mexico Central Bank Minutes Show Majority of Board Members Saw No Evidence of Significant Pressures from Aggregate Demand

MEXICO CENTRAL BANK MINUTES SHOW MAJORITY OF BOARD MEMBERS SAW NO EVIDENCE OF SIGNIFICANT PRESSURES FROM AGGREGATE DEMAND ON PRICESThe material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com

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What’s behind John Kerry’s speech?

A eulogy for the two-state solution? Maybe – but Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech Wednesday sounded suspiciously like yet another desperate attempt to sustain the so-called ‘peace process’. It is only possible to understand the Security Council resolution and Kerry’s speech, how to view them – their weaknesses, and the opportunities they represent – by beginning with a reality check about the two-decade old, US and internationally-led peace process. The peace process imposed a false symmetry on occupier and occupied, transforming coloniser and colonised into ‘two parties’ with mutual obligations and responsibilities. The peace process has also served to further immunise Israel from accountability for systematic and serial human rights abuse and international law violations. Attempts to secure justice […]

What’s behind John Kerry’s speech?

A eulogy for the two-state solution? Maybe – but Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech Wednesday sounded suspiciously like yet another desperate attempt to sustain the so-called ‘peace process’. It is only possible to understand the Security Council resolution and Kerry’s speech, how to view them – their weaknesses, and the opportunities they represent – by beginning with a reality check about the two-decade old, US and internationally-led peace process. The peace process imposed a false symmetry on occupier and occupied, transforming coloniser and colonised into ‘two parties’ with mutual obligations and responsibilities. The peace process has also served to further immunise Israel from accountability for systematic and serial human rights abuse and international law violations. Attempts to secure justice […]