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  Accounting For The Rise And Fall Of Nations By Valentina Pasquali It has inspired works of art, including poetry, paintings and woodcarvings; made and destroyed immense fortunes, from the De Medici's in Renaissance Florence to Philip II's in 16th...
Global Finance brings together key figures in Taiwan’s banking and finance industry.   ROOM TO GROW Moderated by Andrea Fiano At a roundtable in Taipei, Global Finance brought together key figures in Taiwan’s banking and finance industry to disc...
Foreign investment is now returning to the Mideast on the back of major planned infrastructure projects.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gilly Wright The Arab Spring dissuaded many companies from investing in the Middle East-North Africa region, bu...
Former chief economist at the OECD, Pier Carlo Padoan is now at the helm of the ministry of Finance.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali Headed by 39-year-old prime minister Matteo Renzi, Italy’s new government is the youngest in the country’s hi...
The oldest multinational in the world is about to get a substantial makeover.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura The oldest multinational in the world is about to get a substantial makeover. The news came on February 24th, when its CEO, Jorge Mario Bergog...
India’s plan to issue new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government is chosen in April elections.   MILESTONES By K.A. Badarinath India’s plan to issue as many as 12 new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government...
China’s leaders are promising further reform while pledging to maintain the current growth rate.   EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP By Thomas Clouse China’s leaders set out their policy priorities in March during the annual National People’s Congress, pr...
Rafferty Capital’s Richard Bove discusses banking regulation and why he believes it is damaging the US economy.   THE BIG, THE BAD AND THE SAFEST By Hilary Johnson At Global Finance’s monthly Salon, Richard Bove, bank analyst at Rafferty Capital...
The ECB’s refusal to ease monetary policy boosted the euro to its highest levels of the year.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt The European Central Bank’s refusal to ease monetary policy in the face of below-target inflation boosted th...
Italy’s largest bank and many others on the continent may have to raise hundreds of billions in equity to pass their new regulator’s stress tests. By Ronald Fink UniCredit Holding, Milan ...
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