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An ongoing look at the top awards winners over the magazine’s 25-year history, part of our 25th Anniversary celebration in 2012. REIGNING SUPREME By Kathryn Tully Global Finance evaluates the Best of the Best Subcustodians in The Winners' Circle: An ongoing...
Oil wealth and the Arab spring are changing how Gulf Cooperation Council countries provide for their citizens. THE POWER OF ONE By Gordon Platt Thirty-one years have passed since the six Arab oil-producing countries of the Gulf formed an economic and strategi...
Our reporter on-the-ground in Afghanistan looks at how the country is becoming a self-sustaining economy.   A LETTER FROM KABUL By Valentina Pasquali The sense of anticipation is mounting in the Afghan capital of Kabul as the country gears up for a ...
Kuwait's state-run chemical firm must pay the US's Dow Chemical $2.16 billion for canceling a planned JV in 2008.   KUWAIT ORDERED TO PAY DOW CHEMICAL $2.16 BILLION By Gordon Platt Kuwait's state-run chemical company must pay the US's Dow Chemical $...
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT   By Udayan Gupta   David Wilton is chief investment officer and manager, global private equity, at theWorld Bank's IFC, with responsibility for its investment program in emerging markets funds globally. He is a member of th...
TURBULENT TIMES   By Gordon Platt   Ibrahim Dabdoub has been CEO of National Bank of Kuwait since 1983. Global Finance: What are the key risks over the next 5, 10 and 25 years? Ibrahim Dabdoub: As a banker, I would focus on financial ri...
DRIVE FOR DEMOCRACY   By Gordon Platt   Adel El-Labban, group CEO and managing director of Ahli United Bank, Bahrain, has had a major influence on Middle Eastern banking. Global Finance: The past 25 years in the Middle East have been tumu...
EVOLUTION   By Laurence Neville   Perhaps the defining characteristic of 2012—in contrast to 1987 when Global Finance launched—is the interconnectedness of the world. Globalization spreads ideas and connects markets ...
Transformation By Justin Keay How things change. A list of the best business, economics and finance books compiled pre-crisis would probably have focused on up-and-coming Internet companies, how to make a fortune on the stock exchange, how to invest suc...
MODERNIZATION   By Justin Keay   Back in 1987 the main recipients of foreign direct investment were developed markets, plus some of Asia's miracle economies. Emerging markets barely featured. Today Russia and Poland are in the top 25 along with In...
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