Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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Dear Reader In a brutal global market where so many are losing so much, it is hard to find any organization that looks like it will emerge as a clear winner from the current financial turmoil. But the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which had been on the ...
ANNUAL REPORT Emerging markets didn’t start this fire, but they may be the best hope for putting it out. The global financial crisis was clearly stamped “Made in USA,” but the outlook for growth in emerging economies is being rapidly scaled ba...
ASIA Asia’s emerging markets could not avoid the fallout from the credit crunch, but they stand a good chance of emerging stronger than ever as the dust settles. The 21st century has been good to most emerging economies so far. Greater integration...
LATIN AMERICA President Lula’s bold program of social and economic reform has become a model for economies in Latin America and beyond. Under Lula, Brasilia has focused on growing the economy in a way that benefits people at all levels. ...
MIDDLE EAST Determined to avoid repeating past mistakes, oil-rich nations in the Middle East have worked hard to diversify their economies. So far they have fared well, but pitfalls remain. Oil is integral to the Middle East's economic fortun...
AFRICA Regional trading groups are struggling to boost intra-regional trade flows in sub-Saharan Africa. Illicit trade continues to flourish in Southern Africa, with smuggled goods totaling an estimated $50 billion a year. F...
THE DECOUPLING DEBATE Proponents of the theory that emerging markets are decoupling from the West’s economies have had a tough year. Their vision may yet be coming true, though. If the United States sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold....
TREASURY MANAGEMENT: ASIA Facing a unique set of challenges, treasurers in Asia-Pacific are focusing on improving liquidity management. Newton: Organizations placing investment want to know exactly where it is being invested. I...
BITTER MEDICINE GLOBAL REGULATION The case for global regulation of the banking and finance industry has become much stronger as a result of the recent crisis. The prospect of creating a workable system, though, is as remote as ever. It’s offici...
BANKING ON INNOVATION SYSTEMIC RISK Businesses are finding imaginative ways to circumvent the credit crunch. The solutions they adopt now could have profound implications for their future operations. For months this year, pessimists had been predi...
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