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The setting aside of differences is welcome but might not last, writes Adam Thomson
For all the excitement about growth prospects, international drugs crime remains a huge problem, writes Adam Thomson
Fundamental change would signal that the country was open for business, writes John-Paul Rathbone
Cantarell’s generosity has translated into a lack of exploration for new fields, writes Adam Thomson
President lands several punches that have shaken the slow and corporatist economy, writes Adam Thomson
Hispanic voters comprise the fastest growing part of the electorate, reports Anna Fifield
Partnerships help reduce bottlenecks, says Adam Thomson
Credit is expected to expand four or five times faster than the economy, writes Adam Thomson
Some forecast that cross-party agreement on new policies could stimulate growth to 6% a year, writes John-Paul Rathbone
Obama’s handling of immigration reform will set the tone for what is possible, writes Edward Luce
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