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Innovative financing techniques—plus greater investor sophistication—have fanned interest in sub-Saharan infrastructure projects.   ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT: AFRICA 2013 By Dan Keeler Innovative financing techniques and growing investor sophistication ...
Developed-markets watchers hope tightening trade ties and increasing foreign direct investment will help ease tensions in North Africa.   ANNUAL SUPPLEMENT: AFRICA 2013 By Dan Keeler Developed-markets watchers hope tightening trade ties and increasing ...
Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto's plan to reform oil giant Pemex could roil the country’s already-troubled economy.   NEWSMAKERS By Gilly Wright The proposal by Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto to reform Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), th...
The US government and S&P face off in a courtroom over the downgrade of Uncle Sam's credit rating in 2011.   MILESTONES By Paula Green Shareholders at McGraw Hill Financial, along with US taxpayers, could end up paying the price as the US govern...
What's in your wallet? The SEC may require businesses to disclose the pay of execs and that of the rank-and-file.   MILESTONES By Paula Green The frequently mind-boggling comparison between the pay of a US firm’s chief executive and the company’...
The spat between Spain and Britain over Gibraltar has drawn attention to the lack of commitment to confront tax havens.   MILESTONES By Gilly Wright The ongoing spat between Spain and Britain over Gibraltar (a British-dependent territory that border...
The Neuberger Berman portfolio manager talks to Global Finance about the future prospects for global emerging markets.   GOING DOMESTIC By Vanessa Drucker Global Finance sat down with Conrad Saldanha, portfolio manager, emerging markets equities, at...
A new US law that makes it easier for smaller companies to raise equity capital is boosting initial public offerings, analysts say. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups, or JOBS Act, was largely responsible for a surge in IPOs in the US markets in the second quarter of 2...
The recent sharp decline in emerging markets currencies to multiyear lows will make it more costly for corporations in these countries to repay their dollar-denominated debt. Analysts say this could lead to a further rise in the corporate default rate for emerging marke...
Norway's leading party in the upcoming election wants to break up the country's Government Pension Fund—the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world. This could erode much of the impact and influence—and leadership—that Norway provides to global SWFs, an...
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