For a series of interviews that were conducted in London for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars Schall met up with Ambrose Evans-Pritchard to discuss geo-politcal tensions in the world, China’s challenges, threats to the global economy and the expectations for gold.
By Lars Schall
The following video interview was conducted for and originally published here by Matterhorn Asset Management in Zurich, Switzerland.
“Ironically, America has never been as powerful financially as it is now”
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard (1957), is the international business editor of the British newspaper The Telegraph. He was the Telegraph’s Washington bureau chief in the 1990s. In 1997 he left Washington. Until 2004 he served as the Telegraph’s EU correspondent in Brussels. Before joining the Telegraph, he has worked for The Spectator (in Washington under Reagan/Bush I) and The Economist (in Latin America). Mr. Evans-Pritchard attended Malvern College, Trinity College, Cambridge University, and La Sorbonne.