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EMERGING MARKET NEWS AND REPORTS

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The global financial crisis has accelerated what already was a growing interest in Islamic finance and has created new opportunities for Islamic financial institutions as a result of problems in the conventional banking system, bankers say. REGIONAL REPORT: Gulf...
Financial services firms in the GCC region are poised to take advantage of an impending global recovery. REGIONAL REPORT: Gulf Cooperation Council Financial services firms in the GCC region are poised to take advantage of an impending global recovery. ...
The UAE economy is well on the road to recovery, one of its biggest boosters says. REGIONAL REPORT: Gulf Cooperation Council The UAE economy is well on the road to recovery, one of its biggest boosters says. By Gordon Platt Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair, speaker...
While the world's attention was focused on the post-election violence in Iran last month, political developments in neighboring Iraq took a happier turn. Iraqi Kurds and the Iraqi central government worked out an agreement to allow oil from the Kurdish self-ruled region...
According to the Global Development Finance Report released recently by the World Bank, India is expected to be the fastest-growing economy in 2010, with 8% year-on-year GDP growth. The bank estimates China's 2010 GDP growth rate will be slightly less, at 7.7% year-on-y...
With China's 4 trillion renminbi ($585 billion) stimulus package starting to show real results, the World Bank has upped its estimate for the country's 2009 GDP growth from 6.5% to 7.2%. China's fixed-asset investment increased by 32.9% in the first five months of the y...
Taking advantage of falling yields, Brazilian borrowers are returning to international debt markets. BNDES, the state-owned development bank, sold $1 billion in 10-year bonds in June, yielding 6.546%. The deal, managed by HSBC and Goldman Sachs Roundup By Anto...
Botswana, the world's largest diamond producer, received a $1.5 billion loan from the African Development Bank, marking the bank's largest-ever budget support facility. It is also Botswana's first loan from the development bank in 17 years. Roundup By Antonio Gu...
Russia unexpectedly announced that it was abandoning its quest to join the World Trade Organization on its own in favor of applying to enter as a bloc with Belarus and Kazakhstan. The move may be an attempt by Russia to accelerate the accession process, which has dra...
The low-income developing countries with little prospect of repaying loans are in the greatest need of help as a result of damage from the global financial crisis. These same countries, however, are unlikely to benefit from increased lending by the International Moneta...
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