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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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Saudi Arabia announced a record budget for 2011, including $155 billion in spending-up 7.4% from a year earlier. ROUNDUP: MIDDLE EAST By Gordon Platt Saudi Arabia announced a record budget for 2011, which includes $155 billion in spending, an increase ...
China is cooling automotive market growth to counter increasing traffic and air pollution. ROUNDUP: CHINA By Thomas Clouse China has begun taking steps to cool the growth of its automotive market after a 32% increase in vehicle sales last year worsened...
The Brazilian government is taking further measures to halt a currency rally that may dent the country's trade surplus. ROUNDUP: BRAZIL By Antonio Guerrero The Brazilian government is taking further measures to halt a currency rally that may dent the c...
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia may benefit from CEE's post-recession slump in attracting more foreign investment. COMPETITION IN THE CAUCASUS: THREE'S COMPANY By Justin Keay Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia are competing to attract foreign investme...
A headlong rush to set up in emerging markets may hold untold risks for Western companies. COVER STORY: GAIN OR PAIN By Paula L. Green In their headlong rush to set up operations in the fast-growing emerging markets, many Western companies are failing ...
India's craving for luxury cars grows. ROUNDUP: INDIA By Aaron Chaze India's craving for luxury cars grows Significant improvement in heavy industrial sectors drove up India's Index of Industrial Production (IIP) by nearly 11% ye...
Rousseff: Getting off to a steady start. ROUNDUP: BRAZIL By Antonio Guerrero Rousseff: Getting off to a steady start Brazil's newly installed president, Dilma Rousseff, provided a firm indication of her administration's plan to c...
China's Internet users present a rich potential market. ROUNDUP: CHINA By Thomas Clouse China's Internet users present a rich potential market Growth in consumer and producer prices in China continued to accelerate in November, p...
Electricity goes private. ROUNDUP: AFRICA By Antonio Guerrero Electricity goes private Nigeria requires annual investments of up to $10 billion to tackle its infrastructure deficit, according to government officials in Abuja. Muc...
World Cup fever in Russia. ROUNDUP: RUSSIA By Kim Iskyan World Cup fever in Russia Global football organization FIFA awarded Russia the right to host the World Cup tournament in 2018, triggering jubilation throughout the country....
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