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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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In an attempt to trim its debt, India’s largest steel producer, Tata Steel, is to sell its 26.3% stake in Riversdale Mining, the Australian Stock Exchange–listed coal producer, for $1.2 billion. EMERGING MARKETS ROUNDUP: INDIA by Aaron Chaze ...
In an attempt to trim its debt, India’s largest steel producer, Tata Steel, is to sell its 26.3% stake in Riversdale Mining, the Australian Stock Exchange–listed coal producer, for $1.2 billion. INDIA by Aaron Chaze Tata Steel Sells Off Assets In An E...
DEAR READER JULY/AUGUST 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 7 As we go to press with this double issue of Global Finance, uncertainty seems to be the dominating factor of the economic climate. There is uncertainty about US growth prospects and the nature of an une...
The much-maligned Russian investment environment may actually be on the verge of real improvement—if president Dmitry Medvedev has his way. MILESTONES: RUSSIA By Kim Iskyan The much-maligned Russian investment environment may actually be on the ...
Vietnam’s policymakers are struggling to rein in inflation after the consumer price index (CPI) rose by a two-year high of 13.9% year-on-year in March. MILESTONES: VIETNAM By Thomas Clouse Vietnam’s policymakers are struggling to rein in infla...
Tata Steel is the first Indian company outside of the banking sector to raise capital by issuing a hybrid security. Tata Steel Forges Ahead With Hybrid Securities Issue By Aaron Chaze Tata Steel is the first Indian company outside of the bank...
The specter of presidential elections in March 2012 has resulted in a sharp increase in capital outflows. Capital Flees In Fear Of Political Uncertainty By Kim Iskyan The specter of presidential elections in March 2012 has resulted in a sharp increase ...
The US Export-Import Bank announced a $3 billion credit line for Brazil to purchase goods and services from US providers. Brazil Ups Taxes On Sugar To Boost Ethanol Output By Antonio Guerrero The US Export-Import Bank announced a $3 billion c...
China and Brazil have agreed to strengthen cooperation in trade and development. Beijing Tightens Trade Ties With Brazil By Thomas Clouse China and Brazil have agreed to strengthen cooperation in trade and development. Chin...
Dubai’s position as a strategic trading hub has towed it out of its economic slump. Dubai’s Strategic Location Helps It Pull Out Of Slump By Gordon Platt Dubai’s position as a strategic trading hub has towed it out of its economic slump. ...
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