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COMPLIANCE GOES GLOBAL: THE UNAVOIDABLE COSTS OF INCREASING REGULATION

Cover Story | Compliance
As the US has extended its regulatory reach beyond its own borders, other jurisdictions have followed its lead. Global corporations face an ever-growing burden in maintaining compliance with increasingly complex regulatory and reporting regimes. This is affecting their budgets, their structuring and also their strategy.

CAUCASUS | HEADING IN THREE DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS

Regional Report | The Caucasus
Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia, the nations that make up the region of the Caucasus, are all working hard to improve their business and economic climates, but with varying degrees of success.

 

ISTANBUL FINANCIAL CENTER: UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Country Report | Turkey - Islamic Finance
Officials in Turkey have long declared their intentions to transform Istanbul into an international financial center. Islamic finance could be the key to making that goal a reality.

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Euro Weakens Amid Greek Debt Stalemate

By Tommy Stubbington European stocks and the euro edged lower Friday, as Greece's negotiations with its international creditors kept investors on edge. The Stoxx Europe 600 was 0.3% lower in early trade, deepening Thursday's decline. A rally earlier in the ...

Russian Industrial Production Remains Under Pressure

By Olga Razumovskaya MOSCOW--Russian industrial production may remain under pressure in May and June, according to an official forecast published by the economy ministry on Friday. Headline industrial production in April dropped 4.5% from a year earlier, the ministry said, ...

Greece Uncertainty Weighs on European Stocks -- Update

By Tommy Stubbington European stocks fell Friday, as Greece's negotiations with its international creditors kept investors on edge. The Stoxx Europe 600 was 0.7% lower midmorning, deepening Thursday's losses. A rally earlier in the week has evaporated as parties involved ...