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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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In his second term, Peru’s president Alan Garcia is making amends for the shambles he left his country in after his first term. SECOND ACT By Antonio Guerrero In his second term, Peru’s president Alan Garcia is making amends for the shambles he l...
Turkey has bounced back from a sharp economic contraction to become one of the region’s best performers. Its prospects are brighter than ever. STAYING THE COURSE By Gordon Platt Turkey has bounced back from a sharp economic contraction to become o...
Asia’s exporters are all benefiting as China’s manufacturers begin to move up the value chain. ANALYSIS — ASIA'S EXPORTERS By Thomas Clouse Asia’s exporters are all benefiting as China’s manufacturers begin to move up the value chain. The ...
Spain’s Telefónica agreed to buy Portugal Telecom’s stake in Vivo, Brazil’s largest mobile-telephony provider, for $9.8 billion. ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Flying high: Embraer sees rise in order backlog Spain’s Telefóni...
Companies based in Saudi Arabia led initial public offerings in the Middle East in the first half of 2010, but the United Arab Emirates is expected to take the lead in the second half. MIDDLE EAST By Gordon Platt High point: Saudi Arabia d...
Flushed with confidence after its peaceful referendum on a new constitution, Kenya plans to issue $390 million of infrastructure bonds, the government’s fourth such issue. ROUNDUP By Antonio Guerrero Front right: Corruption fighter Goodl...
In response to a severe drought that could destroy as much as a third of Russia’s grain harvest, and following a spike in grain prices in July, Russia’s prime minister Vladimir Putin in early August announced a ban on grain exports through the end of the year. ...
In the face of rising inflation and GDP growth, India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India surprised observers with a higher-than-expected interest rate hike. ROUNDUP By Aaron Chaze Strong sales: Mahindra & Mahindra’s popular SUV ...
China overtook the United States to become the world’s largest energy consumer, according to figures released in July by the International Energy Agency. ROUNDUP By Thomas Clouse Power hungry: China’s energy use climbs China o...
Brazil makes infrastructure investment for the 2014 Soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. PLAY ON By Antonio Guerrero Brazil is betting that its huge investment in infrastructure projects for the 2014 Soccer World Cup and the 2016 Olympics will provide ...
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