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Multinationals are positioning themselves to capture lucrative gains from the internationalization of China’s currency. COVER STORY — RENMINBI RISING By Michael Shari Multinationals are positioning themselves to capture lucrative gains from the i...
China and Brazil have agreed to strengthen cooperation in trade and development. Beijing Tightens Trade Ties With Brazil By Thomas Clouse China and Brazil have agreed to strengthen cooperation in trade and development. Chin...
Recent popular uprisings in North Africa and beyond may be causing China to slow its headlong rush into the continent. Pause For Thought By Antonio Guerrero Recent popular uprisings in North Africa and beyond may be causing China to slow its headlon...
Banking systems in Asia and Latin America were the first to recover from the global financial crisis and recession. ANNUAL SURVEY: THE WORLD’S BEST BANKS 2011 By Gordon Platt, Antonio Guerrero, Anita Hawser and Denise Bedell Growth Returns But Questi...
The Southern Cone Common Market (Mercosur) is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. MILESTONES: MERCOSUR By Antonio Guerrero The Southern Cone Common Market (Mercosur) is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Argent...
Asia’s export-led, resource-intensive economic recovery feels the drag of Middle Eastern and Japanese turmoil. ASIA ACTS AMID ADVERSITY By Thomas Clouse The turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa and the devastating consequences of the ea...
Bankers are optimistic on financing for world trade growth, but regulatory change and currency wars have them on edge. TRADE FORECAST: CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF PROTECTIONISM By Gordon Platt Bankers are optimistic that financing will be available to supp...
The fallout from the World Trade Organization's ruling last month that the US was within its rights in imposing import tariffs of up to 35% on Chinese tires to safeguard the US tire industry will have widespread repercussions. MILESTONES: UNITED STATESCHINA...
Renewed turmoil in Europe, supply shortages and financial investors are driving demand for commodities hedging. FOCUS: COMMODITY RISK By Michael Shari Renewed turmoil in Europe, supply shortages and the growing impact of financial investors are dr...
The benefits of linking corporate cards to the physical and financial supply chain. TOOLBOX: CORPORATE CREDIT CARDS By Denise Bedell Businesses discover the benefits of linking corporate card programs with other parts of the physical and financial supp...
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