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..
Awards & Rankings
NEW YORK, September 23, 2015 - Global Finance magazine has announced The Innovators 2015 - Foreign Exchange. This is the publication’s first annual listing of foreign exchange banks and services firms that have devised breakthrough products and enhanced services that are transforming how companies implement complex FX strategies and limit currency risk.
From the Wires
By Jon Hilsenrath WASHINGTON--Federal Reserve officials held off on raising short-term interest rates at their September policy meeting because of worries that inflation could remain stuck at exceptionally low levels, according to minutes released Thursday. The Fed has twin goals ...
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By Dan Strumpf U.S. stocks rose after notes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting suggested the central bank is looking for additional inflation before increasing interest rates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 138 points, or 0.8%, to 17051 in ...