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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund, has purchased an approximately 15% stake in London's Gatwick Airport, although it would not confirm the exact size of the holding or the price paid. Sovereign wealth funds have become major inves...
Zimbabwe's government is continuing its campaign against foreign ownership, insisting that businesses with assets of more than $500,000 must be 51%-owned by black Zimbabweans within five years of this month. The bill, known as the Indigenization and Empowerment Act, was...
China's central bank in February raised the required proportion of deposits banks must hold in reserve for the second time this year. Roundup By Thomas Clouse Old properties gain new protection from land appropriation China's centra...
Aside maybe from Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan, few banks have emerged from the global downturn seemingly in better shape than they went into it. Even fewer have come through with reputations enhanced, becoming a focus for congratulation rather than opprobrium for how t...
With more than 20% of the world's oil reserves, Saudi Arabia stands to benefit significantly from rebounding oil prices and the global economic recovery. Demand for petrochemicals and refined petroleum products is picking up, particularly in the fast-growing economies o...
As developed countries floundered last year, Latin America also felt the effects of the global downturn. But unlike developed countries such as the United States, the region's road to recovery has been swift and sure. The financial markets saw new issuance come to a sta...
With investors hunting for yield, the stage is set for more “exotic” issuers to tap global markets for financing, including some previous defaulters. The Dominican Republic is a case in point. Having completed a $1 billion debt exchange in 2005, for bonds falling du...
Vietnam is redirecting its efforts from stimulating the economy to controlling inflation after the country’s consumer prices rose by 1.38% month on month in December. For the year, prices increased by only 6.88%, the lowest rate in six years, but the acceleration in D...
Gas-rich Qatar and ExxonMobil signed an agreement in January to build the world’s largest polyethylene plant as part of a $6 billion petrochemical complex in Ras Laffan Industrial City. The output of the plant, to be completed by the end of 2015, is destined mainly fo...
African Union (AU) heads of state attending a February summit will review plans to create a $4 billion Libya-based African investment bank. South Africa, Nigeria, Libya, Algeria and Egypt have promised to contribute $300 million each to establish the continental bank, w...
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