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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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Late October’s landslide victory of incumbent prime minister Almazbek Atambayev as the new president of Kyrgyzstan may bring a modicum of stability to the country’s tumultuous domestic political environment. MILESTONES: KYRGYZSTAN By Kim Iskyan ...
Although there are some bright spots, many CEE countries face the prospect of another economic downturn thanks to tight European ties. WINTER OF DISCONTENT By Justin KeayAlthough there are some bright spots, many CEE countries face the pros...
South Africa is considering allowing offshore firms on the JSE to be treated as domestic firms for trading purposes. SOUTH AFRICA EASES RULES ON FOREIGN OWNERSHIP By Antonio Guerrero South Africa’s National Treasury is studying a plan to allow off...
Petrobras is selling its worldwide noncore assets to support a $224 billion capital expenditure plan for 2012–15. PETROBRAS TO SELL OFF ASSETS WORLDWIDE By Antonio Guerrero Brazil’s state-controlled Petrobras oil company is selling its worldwi...
Corporate dealmaking in India has declined in the period of the year through October 2011. SLACKENING M&A MAY PICK UP AS MONETARY POLICY EASES By Aaron Chaze Corporate dealmaking in India has declined in the period of the year through October 2011. ...
Countries are starting to build reserves and diversify economies to brace for a possible global downturn. PREPARING FOR THE WORST By Antonio GuerreroLatin American countries are starting to build reserves and diversify economies to brace for a poss...
Prince Nayef bin Abdulaziz, the interior minister, was named as king Abdullah’s successor. SUCCESSOR NAMED IN SAUDI ARABIA By Gordon Platt The death of crown prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz al Saud of Saudi Arabia was followed with the naming of con...
Russia’s parliament is set to approve amendments to legislation on foreign investment in certain strategic sectors. THRESHOLD RISES FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN THE NATURAL RESOURCE SECTOR By Kim Iskyan Russia’s parliament is set to approve long-await...
China and the US are facing further trade friction. TRADE FRICTION WITH THE US GROWS By Thomas Clouse China and the United States are facing further trade friction after the US Senate passed a bill imposing tariffs on Chinese imports. ...
Countries are evaluating the economic outcome of social and political upheaval. THE ARAB SPRING’S COSTS AND CONSEQUENCES By Gordon PlattCountries in the region are evaluating the economic outcome of social and political upheaval—both the oppo...
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