Structural Reform

President Mauricio Macri has his work cut out for him, but the reforms instituted so far show that the administration is on the right track.
Beijing announces increase in infrastructure spending and other stimulus measures, plays down reform, in bid to sustain growth.
In The Only Game in Town, the economist says the world needs growth-enhancing structural reforms and infrastructure spending, not more QE.
Monetary easing can do little to solve Europe’s economic problems, but expect more of it as long as politicians continue to duck genuine reform.
Akira Amari, Prime Minister Abe’s key economic enforcer, insists reforms are working and says government will take fresh measures, if needed.