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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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Global Finance presents its annual ranking of the soundest banks in the developing world.   ANNUAL REPORT: SAFETY COMES FIRST By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents its annual ranking of the Top 50 Safest Banks in the Emerging Markets. Nati...
Not surprisingly, financial institutions in China dominate this list of 50.   ANNUAL REPORT: BIG IS BETTER By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents its annual listing of the biggest Banks in the Emerging Markets. Ten of the biggest 11 emerging m...
A transfer of power hasn’t dented Doha’s massive spending on infrastructure projects ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.   COUNTRY REPORT By Justin Keay Despite the change of leadership Qatar has undergone, the new emir is expected to follow his f...
Asia’s longtime laggard is suddenly opening up, and investors are pouring in.   A MEASURED APPROACH By Dan Keeler Myanmar may be the last frontier market in Asia, but investors remain cautiously optimistic, and the economic transition will need to...
Talk of Fed tapering has done a number on emerging markets, but a few in the sector have mostly escaped the damage. ByValentina Pasquali Makati City, the Philippines: Nothing pedestrian about 7% GDP growth (Photo: Mike Gonzalez) IT'S BEEN AN UG...
China needs food, the Ukraine needs jobs. This may explain the two countries’ surprisingly close ties.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura With a fifth of the world’s population but only 9% of its land, China in recent years has aggressively upped its ...
Emerging markets giants apparently can’t handle change. Singapore can.   MILESTONES By Paula L Green It doesn’t seem to matter how rich a country may be. Or the number of people residing within its borders. Even the landmass of a nation or its geog...
Many Turks now see the “journey” to qualify for EM membership as more appealing than actually getting in.   A JOURNEY, NOT A DESTINATION By Michael Shari Global Finance hosted a delegation of Turkish business and economic representatives for its...
Pay for workers in emerging markets is starting to inch closer to what employees make in developed nations.   Shrinking Wage Gap: The Impact On Growth, Development And Production “While any such projections are subject to significant uncertainties, the ...
Getting the job was tough; doing it won’t be any easier. ByDavid Lipkin Finally, a new boss at the Bank of Israel (Photo: Ester Inbar) The nearly four-month-long search to find a new governor for the Bank of Israel—more a comedy of errors t...
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