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Raghuram Rajan’s appointment last week to the top post at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) –the country’s central bank–was announced with the fanfare normally reserved for events such as the recent birth of a royal baby in London. By Valentina Pasquali ...
    Outside established financial markets such as China, India, Singapore and Hong Kong, countries like Bangladesh, Cambodia and Tajikistan hold a lot of promise in terms of their future growth and investment potential, but companies in these frontier m...
Does the slowdown of Fed quantitative easing signal an inevitable slowdown in developing economies and the end of the bull market for emerging markets assets? By Gilly Wright If you attended to the teeth gnashing and handwringing following the Fed...
Central Asian countries must diversify their economies to maintain growth. DESPERATE TO DIVERSIFY By Kim Iskyan The countries of central Asia are working hard to become more than one-trick ponies, as each struggles in its own way to reduce economic relianc...
Cambodia has a well-deserved reputation as being among the most open markets in Southeast Asia.     THE CONTENDER By Dan Keeler Cambodia is emerging as a key investment destination—and potential consumer market—for companies focused on Sout...
Shanghui International, China’s biggest pork producer, agreed to pay $4.7 billion to acquire Virginia-based Smithfield Foods, the world’s largest pork producer.  CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS ByGordon Platt Shanghui International...
Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the EC has imposed tariffs on Chinese solar panels.   CHINESE SOLAR-PANEL MAKERS FACE TRADE TARIFFS IN EUROPE By Thomas Clouse Chinese companies face trade friction in Europe now that the Euro...
Even as Bangladesh tries to extricate itself from the Rana Plaza building collapse, the Dhaka disaster that killed more than 1,100 garment workers, one private equity fund is trying to infuse new capital into the economy: The $88 million Frontier Fund, a private equi...
With more assets under control than ever, central banks are evolving. But how new strategies will work is uncertain. UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES By Udayan Gupta The world’s central banks are on a desperate mission to stave off deflation. But even if their sh...
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