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The youth movement is complete with the announcment that Irakli Garibashvili will be the next prime minister.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali Over the past year, Georgia has undergone a major political face-lift. Since the Georgian Dream coalitio...
The tiny republic has plenty of problems but still ranks high on the list of most-prosperous countries. Why is this?   MILESTONES By Paul Mackintosh Lucky Slovenia. Despite recurrent anti-government protests and corruption scandals, the tiny Adriati...
Croatia hopes its membership in the EU will help it diversify and deepen its economy. That could take some time.   WAITING IN THE WINGS By Dan Keeler Croatia hopes its membership in the EU will help it diversify and deepen its economy, but it could ...
China needs food, the Ukraine needs jobs. This may explain the two countries’ surprisingly close ties.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura With a fifth of the world’s population but only 9% of its land, China in recent years has aggressively upped its ...
Many Turks now see the “journey” to qualify for EM membership as more appealing than actually getting in.   A JOURNEY, NOT A DESTINATION By Michael Shari Global Finance hosted a delegation of Turkish business and economic representatives for its...
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...
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 ...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Tuesday, October 8, 3:00 pm. Understanding the nature of growth challenges across different EMs is a significant priority to strengthen the Fund’s surveillance efforts. To that end, the Fund will hold a high-level conferenc...
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