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Chinese regulators will allow more foreign participation in domestic capital markets. REGULATORS BOOST FOREIGN PORTFOLIO INVESTMENT LIMITS ByThomas Clouse Chinese regulators will allow more foreign participation in domestic capital markets, increasing the ...
South Africa’s state-owned IDC has set up a $420 million public-private partnership to develop a large platinum mine. PLATINUM MINING PROJECT PROMISES BIG REWARDS ByAntonio Guerrero South Africa’s state-owned Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) ha...
Foreign investors routing investments to India through Mauritius could potentially be taxed on their short-term gains. FOREIGN INVESTORS MAY EXIT IF FAVORABLE TAX TREATMENT DISAPPEARS ByAaron Chaze Foreign investors routing investments to India through Mau...
Over the past few years markets have experienced declining trust in fiat money, a slow departure from the US dollar as a reserve currency and growing interest in bullion, particularly as a hedge against uncertainties. MILESTONES: GLOBAL ByValentina Pasquali ...
Global Finance presents an update to its annual ranking of the World’s Safest Banks. SEA CHANGE By Andrew Cunningham Global Finance presents a half-year update to its annual ranking of The World’s Safest Banks. The safest banks in the world are st...
With end-dates for migration to SEPA now firmly set by the EC, corporates and banks are finally getting on board.   BINDING COMMITMENT By Anita Hawser The EC has finally announced a legally binding end-date for SEPA migration. Now companies and thei...
The foreign exchange market continues to be rattled by Europe's debt crisis, analysts say the issue is far from settled. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE By Gordon Platt The foreign exchange market continues to be rattled by Europe's debt crisis, an...
Political gridlock from upcoming elections could slow capital markets activity and reduce global investment. ELECTION YEAR By Laurence Neville Numerous countries around the world are holding elections this year, which could create market uncertainty and ho...
DEAR READER   MARCH 2012 | VOL.26 NO.3   In deciding to focus on elections worldwide for this month's cover story, we weren't just pondering their political implications and the relative uncertainty they occasion, we were also considering the global...
Companies are increasing D&O coverage amid concerns over increased corporate legal action. SAFE LANDING By Paula Green With new regulations and tighter enforcement that could lead to more corporate legal action, many companies are increasing their cove...
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