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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...
A selection of winners from Global Finance’s awards program over the past year.   A selection of winners from Global Finance’s awards program over the past year. World’s Best Foreign Exchange Providers 2013 World’s Best Derivatives...
Surprise! Companies looking for refuge from turmoil in developed markets are eyeing Africa.   ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT: AFRICA 2013 With a stunning twist of fate, companies that are looking for a refuge from the turmoil of recent years in developed markets ar...
Developed-markets watchers hope tightening trade ties and increasing foreign direct investment will help ease tensions in North Africa.   ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT: AFRICA 2013 By Dan Keeler Developed-markets watchers hope tightening trade ties and increasing ...
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...
After posting its lowest growth rate in 13 years in 2012, Vietnam’s economy is showing signs of reviving.   MILESTONES By Thomas Clouse After posting its lowest growth rate in 13 years in 2012, Vietnam’s economy is showing signs of revival. Indu...
Uralkali CEO detained after the company withdrew from a delivery arrangement with the Belarus national potash company.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Kim Iskyan Russian potash giant Uralkali in late July unexpectedly withdrew from an export delivery ...
  Trade finance pricing keeps falling, but a reckoning may be dead ahead. Here's why. By Anita Hawser "It's almost as if the trade finance industry hasn't read the newspapers," says Dan Roberts. Roberts, global head of trade finance at Barc...
Multinational corporations could have a harder time shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions under new OECD rules.   AT HAVEN’S END? By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations could have a much more difficult time shifting profits to low-tax juris...
Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources to improve the lives of its citizens.   SEEKING A VIABLE FUTURE By Jonathan Gregson Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources t...
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