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Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the EC has imposed tariffs on Chinese solar panels.   CHINESE SOLAR-PANEL MAKERS FACE TRADE TARIFFS IN EUROPE By Thomas Clouse Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the Euro...
The free-trade agreement between Colombia and the United States spent years stalled in the US Congress, but it just celebrated its one-year anniversary in May, and both sides are hailing the deal as a success.     MILESTONES: US-COLOMBIA By Forr...
Even as Bangladesh tries to extricate itself from the Rana Plaza building collapse, the Dhaka disaster that killed more than 1,100 garment workers, one private equity fund is trying to infuse new capital into the economy: The $88 million Frontier Fund, a private equi...
Five days after Ecuador’s left-leaning president Rafael Correa was inaugurated for a third and final four-year term, the country’s ambassador to the US, Nathalie Cely, addressed a group of business leaders and investors at the Harvard Club in New York.   ...
A GLOBAL CONNECTION   SWIFT’s annual Sibos conference is just around the corner, and this year attendees will gather in Dubai. With Middle Eastern companies following the trend now seen in many emerging markets and increasing the sophistication of their treas...
GOING GLOBAL AND MOBILE By Karen Kroll   Companies are increasingly using e-payments and looking at mobile channels. But moving money electronically cross-border can still be an issue. The ways in which organizations are paying their suppliers and busi...
THE GREAT DIVIDE By Susan Kelly   As inter- and intra-regional trade in emerging markets continues to grow, the gap between needed and available trade finance is also on the increase. But new financing sources and new tools offer the promise of closing the b...
REVEALING INNOVATION   By Rebecca Brace   A number of new technology solutions building a presence, thanks to SWIFT’s annual start-up challenge, hold the promise of making life easier in corporate treasury and financial management.   Ther...
Japan has been invited to participate in negotiations that extend the reach of Nafta into South America and the Asia Pacific region. MILESTONES:GLOBAL ByErik Heinrich Japan has been invited to participate in negotiations that extend the reach of Nafta into...
Despite slower growth, Turkey remains a powerhouse with excellent prospects. ENGINEERING THE NEW TURKEY By Justin Keay Major infrastructure investments and improved economic strength are just two of a number of positive developments to come out of Turkey in t...
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