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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

Since its launch more than 22 years ago, Global Finance has been a consistent and reliable source of news and analysis of the world’s emerging markets. This free archive includes all of the articles on this topic published in the past seven years.

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Global oil group Chevron approved a $5.6 billion development project in Angola. CHEVRON BOOSTS ITS INVEST-MENT IN AFRICAN BLACK GOLD By Antonio Guerrero Global oil group Chevron approved a $5.6 billion development project in Angola. The Mafumeira Sul o...
Dubai plans to become the capital of the Islamic economy by setting global standards. DUBAI SEEKS ROLE AS CAPITAL OF ISLAMIC ECONOMY By Gordon Platt Dubai plans to become the capital of the Islamic economy by setting global standards. In addition to pro...
The Russians are taking a page out of the Dutch East India Company’s playbook of 1602. MILESTONE:RUSSIA By Udayan Gupta The Russians are taking a page out of the Dutch East India Company’s playbook of 1602. In mid-February Russia recapitalized the M...
On the first day of 2013, the Indian government formally launched a program to distribute subsidy benefits and social welfare payments directly to the bank accounts of recipients. MILESTONE:INDIA By Kim Iskyan On the first day of 2013, the Indian government ...
Saudi Arabia is investing heavily in economic and workforce diversification. But not everyone is in favor of announced reforms. RESISTANT TO CHANGE By Gordon Platt Saudi Arabia is working hard—and spending heavily—to diversify its economy and create jo...
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia are all at a crossroads in their transition toward the free market. BEYOND OLD BOUNDARIES By Justin Keay Oil wealth, a favorable location and buoyant economic growth have thrust Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia onto the internat...
Ghana is considered a bastion of political stability. Now, with revenues from recently discovered oil reserves, it is set to become a beacon of economic growth. STAKING ITS CLAIM By Dan Keeler A history of stability, a growing middle class and a rapidly expan...
Global Finance looks at the growth of securities lending in emerging markets and what it means for holders of EM securities. JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS By Kathryn Tully In the hunt for demand and revenue, securities lending in emerging markets sounds perfect, b...
China grew at its slowest rate in 13 years in 2012, but an acceleration in the fourth quarter has raised hopes that the economy is regaining momentum. HOPES RISE THAT CHINA IS REGAINING MOMENTUM ByThomas Clouse China grew at its slowest rate in 13 years in 20...
South Africa’s weakened economy pushed it closer into junk territory, as Fitch Ratings further downgraded its sovereign rating in January. SOUTH AFRICA MOVES CLOSER TO JUNK STATUS WITH DOWNGRADE ByAntonio Guerrero South Africa’s weakened economy pushed it...
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