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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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Poland is laying the foundation for a sustainable long-term recovery. Country Report: Poland By Justin Keay Having weathered the recent global crisis better than almost any other European country, Poland is laying the foundation for a sustainable long-term ...
Gulf region states pause to reflect on lessons learned from Europe's debt problems before plunging ahead with unity plans. ON THE RIGHT PATH By Gordon Platt For the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), there have been setbacks on the road to a common cur...
Nigeria has secured a $915 million concessionary loan from the World Bank to help the government fund infrastructure development projects. Roundup By Antonio Guerrero South Africa’s central bank: Shareholders to get less control N...
During a late April trip to Washington, DC, first deputy prime minister Igor Shuvalov said that Russia would abandon its plan to try to join the World Trade Organization as part of a customs union formed with Kazakhstan and Belarus earlier in 2010, in favor of seeking a...
Belo Monte dam project revived, Vale sold, broadband use to increase, new Exim bank planned, and more news from Brazil. Roundup By Antonio Guerrero Hot property: Vale sells its aluminum business to Norsk Hydro In what is ranked as o...
China's consumer prices rose by the greatest margin in 18 months in April, while property prices increased by the fastest rate since the country began publishing the data in 2005. According to China's National Bureau of Statistics, consumer prices increased by 2.8% year...
The Gulf Cooperation Council and the European Union are aiming to sign a free trade agreement at a joint ministerial meeting in Luxembourg on June 14. The GCC and the EU began the FTA negotiations in 1990. Roundup By Gordon Platt Amman: Jord...
The Indian government is planning to establish an $11 billion infrastructure debt fund with the objective of investing in the power sector and in roads and ports. The fund will issue debt in order to refinance existing lending institutions. Roundup By Aaron Ch...
The dynamic economies of these markets represent opportunities and challenges to established multinationals. FACING UP TO THE CHALLENGE The fast-growing and dynamic economies of the emerging and frontier markets represent mouth-watering opportunities and daunt...
Islamic financial institutions were not immune to the recent years’ turmoil, but their ethical code helped them prosper. ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AWARDS 2010 Islamic financial institutions were not immune to the turmoil of the past two years, but their s...
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