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Political gridlock from upcoming elections could slow capital markets activity and reduce global investment. ELECTION YEAR By Laurence Neville Numerous countries around the world are holding elections this year, which could create market uncertainty and ho...
DEAR READER   MARCH 2012 | VOL.26 NO.3   In deciding to focus on elections worldwide for this month's cover story, we weren't just pondering their political implications and the relative uncertainty they occasion, we were also considering the global...
The new government wants reform and economic growth, but it must solidify its position or risk being ousted. TURNING POINT By Michael Shari One of Africa's most vibrant economies is in the midst ofa high-stakes political transition that will determine whet...
Latin American countries take different stances on free trade agreements—with varying levels of success. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Antonio Guerrero While neither Brazil nor Uruguay have any trade pacts aside from Mercosur, Chile and Mexico have many agr...
Angola is tempting foreign investors with its improving economic and investment environment, but risks still exist.   LAND OF OPPORTUNITIES By Dan Keeler The improving economic and investment environment makes Angola a tempting target for foreign di...
South Africa's Transnet and Swaziland Railway have joined forces to build a rail link between the two countries. SA-SWAZILAND RAILWAY LINK (FINALLY) GETS THE GREEN LIGHT By Antonio Guerrero Transnet, South Africa's state-owned transit and logistics company...
Struggling with a sagging real estate market and a weak economic recovery, the US has been revamping its efforts to attract foreign investors.   MILESTONES: UNITED STATES By Valentina Pasquali Struggling with a sagging real estate market and a weak ...
Bangladesh is one of the more intriguing frontier market economies for foreign investors. In 2011 its GDP rose an estimated 6.3%.   MILESTONES: BANGLADESH By Udayan Gupta Bangladesh is one of the more intriguing frontier market economies for foreign...
DEAR READER   FEBRUARY 2012 | VOL.26 NO.2   For months now public debate around the world has been dominated by the turmoil in Europe. The uncertainty is far from over, and what is at stake is not just the future of the Old Continent. World trade is...
Increasing flows between emerging economies in the Southern Hemisphere have a serious impact on global trade. Shifting Trade Flows And The New Consumer By Dan Keeler Fast-growing trade between BRIC countries has been fueled by an expanding middle class. We...
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