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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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  A new—and possibly powerful—financial industry regulator has gotten the green light from officials in China. Although the agency has yet to get a name, members will include a number of high-profile officials, including the heads of the country's banking,...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Tuesday, October 8, 3:00 pm. Understanding the nature of growth challenges across different EMs is a significant priority to strengthen the Fund’s surveillance efforts. To that end, the Fund will hold a high-level conferenc...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 10:00 am. In response to the 2008–09 global financial crisis, advanced economies have conducted a variety of unconventional monetary policies. This seminar aims to discuss a range of topical ques...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 2:00 pm: Emerging markets have played an important role on the global economic stage. More recently, a second group of countries—the Frontier economies—are receiving increased attention. There ...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar, Thursday, October 10, 4:00 pm: Five years after the peak of the Great Recession, growth remains anemic across most of Europe and unemployment has reached high levels in all countries but a few. As the risk of renewed crisis is re...
IMF/Word Bank Meetings Seminar: Thursday, October 10, 2:00 pm. This debate will focus on how policymakers could collaborate globally to better manage the downside risks and durably boost jobs and growth. Join the conversation via #GlobalDebate ...
Remittances have proven to be a saving grace for the Indian economy, specifically by helping the government offset a very wide current-account deficit. By Forrest Jones According to the World Bank, Indians living abroad—known in economist-speak ...
Administration has been simplified with the implementation of VAT and TINs, but much work remains. By Karen Kroll Many of the 19 Francophone countries of Sub-Saharan Africa–that is, those whose citizens speak French and who were otherwise influenc...
Multinational corporations could have a harder time shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions under new OECD rules.   AT HAVEN’S END? By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations could have a much more difficult time shifting profits to low-tax juris...
Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources to improve the lives of its citizens.   SEEKING A VIABLE FUTURE By Jonathan Gregson Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources t...
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