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Bonnie Galat, who spearheaded the IFC’s well-received Global Trade Finance Program, has retired.   NEWSMAKERS By Anita Hawser One woman who worked hard to ensure that the wheels of global trade kept turning, even in the midst of the global financi...
Fiat-Chrysler has joined other MNCs in relocating to the UK, cementing the UK’s international tax haven status.   MILESTONES By Ronald Fink Fiat-Chrysler’s move from Italy to London, and the plans of other multinationals to relocate to the Unite...
Not all emerging markets are created equal, as the current emerging markets crisis has once again demonstrated.   THE DISCERNING EYE By Tiziana Barghini Not all emerging markets are created equal, as the current EM crisis has once again demonstrated...
Could proxy advisory firms—those as yet unregulated outfits that wield significant influence during corporate elections at US public companies—be in for a showdown with Wall Street regulators? By Paula L. Green Could proxy advisory firms—those a...
As the US Federal Reserve Board slowly moves away from the expansionary monetary policy it has pursued for a long time, the debate over the consequences for emerging markets is still raging on Wall Street. By Tiziana Barghini February 3, 2014 A...
The landscape for foreign direct investment is undergoing a seismic shift. Here’s what’s happening—and why.   FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT By Valentina Pasquali Global foreign direct investment is undergoing a seismic shift as emerging markets co...
DEAR READER   JANUARY 2014 | VOL. 28 NO. 1   Janet Yellen steps in as the new chair of the Federal Reserve at a precarious moment. The Fed tapering announced in December will have a huge impact on markets around the globe. In fact, it has has an effect...
Crude awakening: The oil-rich country aims to end its long dependence on petroleum revenues.   COUNTRY REPORT By Gordon Platt Oil-rich Kuwait is finally making progress on implementing its multibillion-dollar development program and improving its bu...
Surprise! US investors going cold on China—and warming up to Europe.   MILESTONES By J.R. Brandstrader Transatlantic investment was hurt by the recent global financial and eurozone sovereign debt crises, but America’s heartland still has eyes fo...
The World Bank’s chief economist, Africa, offers up a possible shortlist of the continent’s next breakout economies.   SIDESTEPPING THE BOOM AND BUST By Tiziana Barghini Global Finance sat down with Francisco Ferreira, chief economist, Africa, a...
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