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Saudi Arabia is investing heavily in economic and workforce diversification. But not everyone is in favor of announced reforms. RESISTANT TO CHANGE By Gordon Platt Saudi Arabia is working hard—and spending heavily—to diversify its economy and create jo...
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia are all at a crossroads in their transition toward the free market. BEYOND OLD BOUNDARIES By Justin Keay Oil wealth, a favorable location and buoyant economic growth have thrust Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia onto the internat...
Ghana is considered a bastion of political stability. Now, with revenues from recently discovered oil reserves, it is set to become a beacon of economic growth. STAKING ITS CLAIM By Dan Keeler A history of stability, a growing middle class and a rapidly expan...
A reduced pipeline is weighing on the markets, but there are a few bright spots—in debt and in IPOs by midsize Chinese companies. ANOTHER LEAN YEAR By Arthur Clennam Investment banks in Asia are facing a reduced deal pipeline and slashing their fixed-income...
Global Finance looks at the growth of securities lending in emerging markets and what it means for holders of EM securities. JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS By Kathryn Tully In the hunt for demand and revenue, securities lending in emerging markets sounds perfect, b...
Our annual awards for the best global trade finance banks. This year we incorporate more levels of evaluation—including a readership survey—to find the winners. EMBRACING THE MODERN ERA By Gordon Platt Global Financepresents the winners of its annual trad...
On the tail of the European economic crisis, the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union is nearing a breaking point. MILESTONES:EUROPE ByValentina Pasquali On the tail of the European economic crisis, the relationship between the Unite...
The small country of Brunei Darussalam must navigate challenging terrain in the coming months after taking over the chairmanship of Asean at the beginning of the year. MILESTONES:BRUNEI ByThomas Clouse The small country of Brunei Darussalam must navigate chal...
With member states’ foreign exchange reserves reaching a record $112 billion in 12 years, countries in the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa), Africa’s leading trade body, may soon have a cheap new funding source. MILESTONES:AFRICA ByA...
We look at how China is changing its economic profile and what it means for multinationals operating in China. THE HUNT FOR INTERNAL GROWTH By Laurence Neville China is in the midst of an economic makeover to increase domestic consumption and reduce relian...
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