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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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Russian oil company Rosneft and BP sealed a deal to swap shares and to jointly develop major oil fields in the Arctic. ROUNDUP: RUSSIA By Kim Iskyan In mid-January, Russia’s key national oil company, Rosneft, and BP sealed a deal to swap shares and...
Launch plans for a single West African currency are being thwarted by members’ failure to meet the program’s criteria. ROUNDUP: AFRICA By Antonio Guerrero Plans for launching a single West African currency by 2015, to be known as the Eco, are being...
China imported $144 billion in goods in January, an increase of 51% over January 2010. ROUNDUP: CHINA By Thomas Clouse China imported $144 billion in goods in January, an increase of 51% over January 2010. The country’s exports also rose rapidly...
As Sudan prepares to divide, plans are under way to help the South develop its substantial oil reserves. EAST AFRICA: SUDAN SPLIT RESHAPES EAST AFRICA’S ECONOMY By Jonathan Gregson As Sudan prepares to divide into two countries, plans are alread...
Top finance officials in Asia are eager to mitigate the debilitating effects of hot money flooding to the region. Corporations are less concerned. ASIA'S LIQUIDITY SURPLUS: TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING? By Shu-Ching Jean Chen Top finance officials in Asia are e...
DEAR READER FEBRUARY 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 2 There is no question that the newly emerging markets—often dubbed the frontier markets—present Western firms with mouthwatering opportunities. Perhaps not surprisingly, the scramble to grab a slice of this growi...
After a year in which its economy expanded at the fastest rate since it achieved independence in 1965, Singapore may be about to suffer a hangover. MILESTONES: SINGAPORE By Thomas Clouse After a year in which its economy expanded at the fastest rate si...
New Delhi–based IndiGo placed the world's largest single order ever for commercial jetliners. ROUNDUP: INDIA By Aaron Chaze New Delhi–based IndiGo, India's third largest domestic airline, placed the world's largest single order ever for commerc...
The US Senate in late December ratified the New START treaty on nuclear arms reduction by both Russia and the US. ROUNDUP: RUSSIA By Kim Iskyan The US Senate in late December ratified the New START treaty, which calls for reductions in nuclear arms...
Government incentives are paying off for Zambia's copper sector. ROUNDUP: AFRICA By Antonio Guerrero Government incentives are paying off for Zambia's copper sector, with output expected to surpass 740,000 tons this year for the first time, pushing...
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