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‘Made in the USA’ is back as American and foreign companies invest billions in factories in the United States.   COMPETITION By Michael Shari American and foreign manufacturers alike are investing billions of dollars all across the United States...
DEAR READER   DECEMBER 2013 | VOL. 27 NO. 11   It might seem unusual that in an issue focused on emerging markets, our cover story this month is dedicated to the return of manufacturing to the United States.   We see this paradox as a tip-off ...
Turnabout? Emerging markets loose some luster while developed nations see a revival.   EMERGING MARKETS REVIEW By Laurence Neville Twelve months is a long time in financial markets, and the phenomenon of globalization appears to have reached a fork ...
It’s getting easier to do business in these 10 countries, thanks to recent reforms.   Doing Business: Who Improved The Most In 201213 “In 201213, 29 economies implemented three or more reforms improving their business regulatory systems as measured by...
Russia’s latest levy on foreign-made automobiles is smoke and mirrors—and it’s hammering foreign imports and domestic nameplates alike. By Erik Heinrich Putin: Gaga for Lada (photo: premier.gov.ru) Here’s an incredibly important piece of ad...
Pay for workers in emerging markets is starting to inch closer to what employees make in developed nations.   Shrinking Wage Gap: The Impact On Growth, Development And Production “While any such projections are subject to significant uncertainties, the ...
Free-trade alliances are being negotiated in North America, Europe and Asia.   SPECIAL REPORT By Erik Heinrich Free-trade superblocs are being negotiated in North America, Europe and Asia. They will forever alter the flow of commerce and finance—a...
A currency crisis is prompting the BRICS countries to move ahead on a $100 billion currency reserves fund.   MILESTONES By Gordon Platt The emerging-markets currency crisis, spurred by the Federal Reserve’s plan to begin winding down its economic ...
Mature markets accounted for 77% of the total volumes of noncash transactions but growth rates are higher in the developing markets—18.7% versus 6.2% in the mature markets in 2011. Much of the growth in the developing markets was driven by Emerging Asia, and Central E...
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...
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