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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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USAID has partnered with several non-profit organizations to launch the African Agricultural Capital Fund (AACF). BOOSTING SME AGRICULTURE INVESTMENT By Antonio Guerrero The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has partnered with ...
Brazilian authorities hope to sign an agreement with Taiwan's Foxconn Technology for a $12 billion investment plan. NEW OIL FIELDS TO ATTRACT BIG INVESTMENT By Antonio Guerrero Brazilian authorities remain optimistic that they will be able to sign...
Domestic car sales forecasts shrink for 2012: from 10%-to-12% to 2%-to-4%. DECLINING SALES HIT INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY By Aaron Chaze The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) has significantly lowered the growth forecast for car sales in...
Chinese companies are picking up assets overseas: particularly in energy and raw materials. CHINESE FIRMS HEAD FOR GLOBAL EXPANSION By Thomas Clouse Several Chinese companies have picked up assets in overseas markets in recent weeks, with energy and ra...
Medvedev announced in late September that he would hand the baton to Putin for the 2012 presidential election. PUTIN PRESIDENCY RUN FACES LITTLE OPPOSITION By Kim Iskyan Following much speculation on whether current Russian president Dmitry Medvedev or...
Demand for infrastructure in emerging markets will reach $1 trillion annually through 2030, triple the level of the previous two decades, with Asia accounting for the lion’s share, according to a study of 40 major EM economies by The Royal Bank of Scotland in colla...
In Ireland each day’s financial developments seem to bring either a positive surprise or a mild disappointment. MILESTONES: IRELAND By Matt Greco In Ireland each day’s financial developments seem to bring either a positive surprise or a mild d...
The Danish government is embarking on a precarious high-wire act as it presents an Arctic seabed claim to the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf. MILESTONES:ARCTIC ByPaula L. Green The Danish government is embarking on a pre...
Inflation fears, monetary tightening and slowing corporate growth may reduce foreign institutional investor interest. FOREIGN INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR FLOWS START TO DECLINE ByAaron Chaze Inflation fears, monetary tightening and slowing corporate gr...
Strong demand for loans and higher interest rates boosted profits at several Chinese banks to record levels. RISING RATES ARE ENCOURAGING LENDING ByThomas Clouse Strong demand for loans and higher interest rates boosted profits at several Chinese ...
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