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African oil producers stand to benefit from continued sanctions on Iranian oil exports. But their path is not without challenges. DIFFFICULT CHOICES By Antonio Guerrero African oil producers stand to benefit from continued sanctions on Iranian oil exports. Bu...
Unmet power demand shadows the Asian growth miracle. We look at the situation in India, Indonesia and Japan.   ASIA'S POWER NEXUS By Arthur Clennam India relies on Indonesian coal to power its utilities, and both nations face huge increases in coal-...
Turkey's location between the Middle East and Europe has helped seal its role as an emerging markets darling. TURKISH DELIGHT By Justin Keay Turkey's economy is one of the few in Europe experiencing positive growth, but as the pace of economic reform slows an...
Israel’s export-oriented economy has not been immune to the global economic slowdown. A STUDY IN CONTRADICTIONS By David Lipkin Geopolitical and fiscal uncertainties are having an impact on Israel's growth prospects, but the country is benefiting from devel...
After a 19-year process, on August 22, Russia finally became a full-fledged member of the World Trade Organization. MILESTONES:RUSSIA ByKim Iskyan After a 19-year process, on August 22, Russia finally became a full-fledged member of the World Trade Organizati...
DEAR READER   SEPTEMBER 2012  | VOL. 26 NO. 9    In the Western world, September is synonymous with the beginning of the school year, and represents the resumption of full economic activity after summer vacation. This year it is also a tim...
CEE has avoided the disruption that is plaguing the eurozone. Poland stands out for its stability and growth. STAR GAZING By Vanessa Drucker Among Central and Eastern European countries, Poland’s economic performance clearly stands out. Unlike other countri...
Global Finance identifies the most successful and innovative online financial institutions. ANNUAL SURVEY:TRAILBLAZERS By Adam Rombel In the first of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the top online corporate and consumer banks by country and regio...
Exports expanded only slightly in July and industrial production fell to its lowest growth rate in three years.   SLOWING ECONOMIC GROWTH FORCES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS TO ACT ByThomas Clouse China's economy showed further signs of slowing in July, with e...
Swedish retailer Ikea has applied for permission to open 25 stores, investing $1.9 billion in the country.   COCA-COLA AND IKEA STEP UP INVESTMENT IN INDIA, DESPITE SLOWING GROWTH By Aaron Chaze Ikea, the Swedish retailer, has applied to the Indian ...
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