In the race to attract foreign direct investment, countries are opening SEZs at a furious rate. Winnowing down the choices requires some serious due diligence.
Global Finance Magazine
Wedged between Brazil and Argentina—two neighbors with serious economic problems—Uruguay is an attractive foreign direct investment alternative in Latin America.
CEE Regional Report
The unorthodox policies of prime minister Viktor Orbán may be controversial, but they’ve helped kick-start the country’s economy. Most of the other CEE nations are also mounting turnarounds..
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By Jenny W. Hsu Crude oil prices advanced in early Asian trade Friday, driven by a weakening dollar and risks that Russia's escalating involvement in Syria could hurt oil supply from the region. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, ...
By Chao Deng Commodity-related stocks get a boost across the board Markets across Asia rallied Friday after details from the U.S. central bank's latest meeting cast further doubt on the prospect of higher interest rates this year. Hopes for easier ...
By Hiroyuki Kachi The dollar was almost flat against the yen and the euro in Asian trade Friday, as investors avoided taking large positions given the lack of fresh trading cues and ahead of the three-day weekend in Japan. Around ...