Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Global Finance's annual awards honoring the leaders in supply chain finance services and solutions. BUILDING BLOCKS By Anita Hawser and Paula Green The winners of this year's awards come from a wide array of bank and nonbank backgrounds. They offer uniqu...
Presenting The Winners’ Circle: The top awards winners over our 25-year history. LEADING THE PACK By Kathryn Tully Global Finance evaluates the Best of the Best Supply Chain Finance Providers in The Winners' Circle: an ongoing look at the top awards winners...
Oil wealth and the Arab spring are changing how Gulf Cooperation Council countries provide for their citizens. THE POWER OF ONE By Gordon Platt Thirty-one years have passed since the six Arab oil-producing countries of the Gulf formed an economic and strategi...
Despite stagnant growth thanks to austerity measures, Portugal is being held up as a model of fiscal reform. PRIME TARGET By Vanessa Drucker Portugal is being held up as a model of reform in meeting its fiscal restructuring targets, but it faces a drag on ...
Corporate liability risk is rising as stringent new laws take shape worldwide.   A NEW REALITY By Al Modugno Corporate liability risk is increasing as jurisdictions around the world adopt liability laws that mimic the stringent framework in the US. ...
Our reporter on-the-ground in Afghanistan looks at how the country is becoming a self-sustaining economy.   A LETTER FROM KABUL By Valentina Pasquali The sense of anticipation is mounting in the Afghan capital of Kabul as the country gears up for a ...
US tech firms, including Google And Twitter, are taking advantage of a new model for accounting and tax services.   MILESTONES: UNITED STATES By Paula Green US tech firms, including Google And Twitter, are taking advantage of a new model for account...
Companies worldwide are making big changes to their reporting processes—seeking relief from the high costs associated with missed regulatory deadlines and poor-quality data.   MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Valentina Pasquali Companies worldwide are making...
With Spanish banks accepting bailouts to shore up their balance sheets and the eurozone crisis showing no signs of abating, global firms are looking for alternative financing options to maintain liquidity buffers. MILESTONES: GLOBAL By Joel Kranc Wi...
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE... By Laurence Neville There is a famous quote by British novelist LP Hartley that goes, "The past is a foreign country: They do things differently there."   If this is so, then 1987—when Global Finance was launched—is...
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