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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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Not many of the headlines about the global banking industry in the past year have been about excellence and innovation... BANKS DEVELOP SOCIAL SKILLS In the second of a two-part series, Global Finance identifies the best global and regional Internet b...
Business confidence in the oil-exporting countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is rebounding along with oil prices, while the Mashreq countries, which include Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, are benefiting from improved security and growth in financial servi...
The big question global investors and economists are asking about the sharp rebound in many emerging markets is, can it last? While some emerging markets, particularly in Asia, remain reliant on exports to the developed world, their growth is increasingly coming from de...
As the skies begin to clear after the global financial crisis, Latin America may become a bellwether for a change that will affect the entire global economy. Emerging Markets Focus: Latin America Much of Latin America is reaping the benefits of a ...
Russian government officials have sounded increasingly optimistic notes about the country’s macroeconomic situation, as strong oil prices are likely to result in a lower budget deficit than originally forecast and a relatively smaller decline in GDP for the year. ...
In 1989 the fall of the Berlin Wall precipitated communism’s collapse and the start of the long transition toward democracy and free markets. EMERGING MARKETS FOCUS: CENTRAL & EASTERN EUROPE For most Central and Eastern European countries, 2009 turned out to ...
A joint venture of ExxonMobil and Royal Dutch Shell has clinched a $50 billion deal to develop one of Iraq’s biggest oil fields, the West Qurna reservoir near Basra. Exxon- Mobil controls 80% of the venture and is the first US-based company to win a contract since Ira...
Rising gold prices have sparked renewed interest by foreign investors in African mines. Banro, a Canadian gold miner, expects to close a debt financing deal for its Twangiza project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo by next June. Standard Chartered is the project...
The Indian government’s privatization program has received a shot in the arm after the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) gave the green light to a proposal to allow unlisted government companies that have been profitable for three years and which are divide...
China’s economy will grow by 8.4% this year, according to World Bank estimates, and by 8.7% in 2010. The World Bank projected 2009 growth of 7.2% for China’s economy in June but revised its growth estimates based on the success of the country’s stimulus package an...
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