IMF 2013
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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...
Côte d’Ivoire has the opportunity to regain its status as a leading economy in Africa.   RETURN TO GLORY? By Dan Keeler Côte d’Ivoire has the opportunity to regain its status as a leading economy in Africa. Blessed with a wealth of natural ...
Central and Eastern European countries are quite diverse in their performance, but investors still lump them together.   REGIONAL REPORT: CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE — A MIXED BAG By Justin Keay Central and Eastern European countries are quite dive...
Stability may have finally returned to Japanese politics.   NEWSMAKERS By Thomas Clouse Stability may have finally returned to Japanese politics, now that the coalition led by Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe and his Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)...
Brazilian IMF rep Paulo Nogueira Batista refused on July 31 to back the latest funding package for Greece.   MILESTONES By Luca Ventura “Implementation has been unsatisfactory in almost all areas; growth and debt sustainability assumptions continu...
The EC is pushing for a new European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO).   MILESTONES By Valentina Pasquali With an estimated €500 million ($660 million) of the European Union budget lost to fraud every year, the European Commission is now pushin...
While economic activity in Russia has lost momentum, the World Bank is elevating the country to high-income status.   MILESTONES By Gordon Platt At a time when economic activity in Russia has lost its momentum, the World Bank is elevating the countr...
India has passed Japan as the world’s third-largest economy, according to a recent report from the OECD.   MILESTONES By Erik Heinrich India has passed Japan as the world’s third-largest economy, according to a recent report from the Organisatio...
After six years of recession the International Monetary Fund concedes that it "badly underestimated the damage that austerity would do to Greece’s economy”–a bit of an understatement given that the original projections were that Greece would lose 5.5% of its ec...
Raghuram Rajan’s appointment last week to the top post at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) –the country’s central bank–was announced with the fanfare normally reserved for events such as the recent birth of a royal baby in London. By Valentina Pasquali ...
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