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This year’s Stars of China are absolute masters of adaptability and growth.   ANNUAL SURVEY: STARS OF CHINA By Arthur Clennam The companies and banks selected as this year’s Stars of China are masters of adaptability and growth in a changing mar...
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Singapore could soon supplant Switzerland as the wealth management capital of the world.   ASIAN SOPHISTICATES By Michael Shari Do Asian private banks have the complexity to outshine their Swiss counterparts and attract the vast private wealth reser...
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Businessman Modi suddenly seen as serious competition for the Gandhis in the race for prime minister.   NEWSMAKERS By KA Badarinath Once a tea vendor, Narendra Modi—now a main candidate for prime minister of India—has come a long way in the past...
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Billionaire Wang Jing not only aims to build a waterway in Panama, now he’s looking to take one of his companies public.   NEWSMAKERS By Erik Heinrich Wang Jing is a man who likes to think big—his is the kind of grandiose thinking that built Chi...
Eight percent rate slated to double by 2015.   MILESTONES By Tom Clouse Japan will increase its sales tax next year for the first time in more than 15 years as the government seeks to raise revenue and reduce public debt. The rate will rise from 5% ...
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Barely weeks into the job and Raghuram Ragan surprises the pundits.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Aaron Chaze Amid what is being regarded as India’s worst financial crisis in more than a decade—with the currency having plunged 15.9% against the ...
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The Peoples' Republic buying up of natural resources now officially qualifies as a spree.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt From a supergiant oil field in Kazakhstan to the world’s largest producer of potash fertilizer in Russia to an Africa...
The Reserve Bank of India curbs the outflow of foreign exchange in a bid to to stem the rupee’s decline.   MILESTONES By KA Badarinath Since the 1991 balance-of-payments crisis, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had not reversed the trend of easing ...
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...
  A new—and possibly powerful—financial industry regulator has gotten the green light from officials in China. Although the agency has yet to get a name, members will include a number of high-profile officials, including the heads of the country's banking,...
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