After four decades of little or no growth, the Jamaican economy is expected to grow at 1-2% over the medium term. The country is confronted by serious social issues that predominantly affect youth, such as high levels of crime and violence and high unemployment.
As we prepare for 2013 and its promises of economic challenges, we’ll be much better equipped to navigate its landscape if we have ‘weak ties’.
How does one solve the biggest problem in economics? The problem in question is, of course, the biggest and most ambitious project in economic history – the euro.