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The benefits of joining the eurozone are not as clear as they once were for countries in Central and Eastern Europe. WAITING ON EUROLAND By Jonathan Gregson The benefits of joining the eurozone are not as clear as they once were for countries in C...
Corporations are adding up the costs—and looking at alternatives to increasingly expensive banking services. COVER STORY: MISSING PIECES By Michael Shari Corporations are adding up the costs—and looking at alternatives to increasingly exp...
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations took another step toward political cohesion in late July, agreeing jointly with China to nonbinding guidelines for settling competing territorial claims in the South China Sea. MILESTONES: ASIA By Thomas Clous...
Trade finance is in the midst of wrenching changes, and banks must keep pace with them or face loss of market share and a deterioration of their client base. SIBOS 2011— TRADE FINANCE By Denise Bedell Trade finance is in the midst of wrenching c...
Vietnam’s National Power Transmission Corporation (NPT) has launched a $200 million, 13-year infrastructure finance facility that demonstrates the growing enthusiasm among international investors for financing Asian infrastructure projects. MILESTONES:...
Change is in the air at this year’s annual Sibos conference in Toronto. SIBOS 2011 Change is in the air at this year’s annual Sibos conference in Toronto. Hosted by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), the conference pro...
Portugal’s new political leaders have a plan to dig their country out of its deep fiscal hole. Light At The End Of The Tunnel By Vanessa Drucker Portugal’s new political leaders have a plan to dig their country out of its deep fiscal hole. ...
In an attempt to trim its debt, India’s largest steel producer, Tata Steel, is to sell its 26.3% stake in Riversdale Mining, the Australian Stock Exchange–listed coal producer, for $1.2 billion. EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP: INDIA by Aaron Chaze ...
In an attempt to trim its debt, India’s largest steel producer, Tata Steel, is to sell its 26.3% stake in Riversdale Mining, the Australian Stock Exchange–listed coal producer, for $1.2 billion. INDIA by Aaron Chaze Tata Steel Sells Off Assets In An E...
DEAR READER JULY/AUGUST 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 7 As we go to press with this double issue of Global Finance, uncertainty seems to be the dominating factor of the economic climate. There is uncertainty about US growth prospects and the nature of an une...
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