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‘Made in the USA’ is back as American and foreign companies invest billions in factories in the United States.   COMPETITION By Michael Shari American and foreign manufacturers alike are investing billions of dollars all across the United States...
DEAR READER   DECEMBER 2013 | VOL. 27 NO. 11   It might seem unusual that in an issue focused on emerging markets, our cover story this month is dedicated to the return of manufacturing to the United States.   We see this paradox as a tip-off ...
Global Finance presents its annual IMF/World Bank Issue.   By Valentina Pasquali In conjunction with the International Monetary FundWorld Bank annual meetings in Washington, Global Finance presents its annual IMFWorld Bank Issue. When the eurozone l...
Free-trade alliances are being negotiated in North America, Europe and Asia.   SPECIAL REPORT By Erik Heinrich Free-trade superblocs are being negotiated in North America, Europe and Asia. They will forever alter the flow of commerce and finance—a...
Global Finance presents its annual report on the performance of the world’s central bank governors.   ‘A’ FOR EFFORT, ‘B-’ FOR RESULTS By Antonio Guerrero, Anita Hawser and Gordon Platt Global Finance presents its annual report on the perf...
The full effects of recent upheavals and unrest in Turkey have not yet been felt.   THE COST OF INSTABILITY By Justin Keay The full effects of recent upheavals and unrest in Turkey have not yet been felt, and policymakers have some serious work ahea...
Poland withstood the recent global economic recession relatively well, thanks to its sound economic policies.   NO QUICK FIXES By Udayan Gupta Poland withstood the recent global economic recession relatively well, thanks to its sound economic polici...
The country's new finance minister—a political novice—faces a Herculean task: save Serbia from a crushing debt crisis.   NEWSMAKERS By Luca Ventura Lazar Krstić has a daunting task ahead: saving Serbia from a debt crisis. A Yale graduate with n...
What's in your wallet? The SEC may require businesses to disclose the pay of execs and that of the rank-and-file.   MILESTONES By Paula Green The frequently mind-boggling comparison between the pay of a US firm’s chief executive and the company’...
The spat between Spain and Britain over Gibraltar has drawn attention to the lack of commitment to confront tax havens.   MILESTONES By Gilly Wright The ongoing spat between Spain and Britain over Gibraltar (a British-dependent territory that border...
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