Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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SECTOR REPORT SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS A series of disastrous investments in Western banks and mounting pressure to invest locally is prompting a sea change in sovereign wealth funds’ investment attitudes. Dickinson: Some SWFs are facing press...
FOCUS SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE Just a short while ago, supply chain finance was seen as a novel luxury. For many corporations now it could be the key to survival—and future prosperity. Quinn: Credit is proving hard to find for non-inve...
SPOTLIGHT CORPORATE FRAUD Crumbling asset values and wild volatility have left a trail of disaster in their wake. They also exposed some truly shocking frauds. Abbey: “If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is” ...
Dear Reader At its core, the entire global financial system operates on the basis of trust. Almost every financial transaction depends on it, and without that trust those transactions simply would not take place. Over the past 18 months we have seen that core compon...
CHINA AND INDIA As the global economy continues to struggle, many are hoping China and India will save the world from a synchronized dive into recession. Growth industry: India's call center business is flourishing. As the Uni...
BANKING CRISIS FALLOUT Colossal losses by financial institutions have prompted calls for more-effective regulation. Refining the Basel banking rules might provide the answer. Global crisis: For the biggest names in banking there has been n...
Policymakers in Taiwan are pulling out all the stops in their response to the global economic slump. Taiwan's president Ma Ying-jeou: Promoting better relations with China. Taiwan is an economic success story. The island, despite polit...
THE NEW PROTECTIONISTS As countries seek to safeguard their economies from the effects of the global downturn, they risk being accused of protectionism. The fall-out could be ugly. When US president-elect Barack Obama sailed to victory in the November US ...
CAPITALIZING ON THE CRISIS RETURN OF THE IMF As crippled nations beat a path to its door, the IMF is enjoying a dramatic return from near-irrelevance. How it wields its revived power and influence will determine its long-term future. Having avoided...
CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE Central and Eastern Europe has transformed from a beacon of hope into a near basket case astonishingly quickly. Its recovery will be a far slower and no less painful process. Hard hit: Hungary was one of the earliest ...
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