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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations took another step toward political cohesion in late July, agreeing jointly with China to nonbinding guidelines for settling competing territorial claims in the South China Sea. MILESTONES: ASIA By Thomas Clous...
Vietnam’s National Power Transmission Corporation (NPT) has launched a $200 million, 13-year infrastructure finance facility that demonstrates the growing enthusiasm among international investors for financing Asian infrastructure projects. MILESTONES:...
China will become a democracy by 2017, while Russia is highly likely to become a strong democracy within the next few years, according to a remarkable report published by emerging-markets investment bank Renaissance Capital. MILESTONES GLOBAL by La...
DEAR READER JULY/AUGUST 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 7 As we go to press with this double issue of Global Finance, uncertainty seems to be the dominating factor of the economic climate. There is uncertainty about US growth prospects and the nature of an une...
Ethiopia in April launched a $4.7 billion project to build Africa’s largest hydropower plant. ETHIOPIA POWERS UP GENERATION PLANS By Antonio Guerrero Ethiopia in April launched a $4.7 billion project to build Africa’s largest hydropower p...
The ECB sent a shockwave through debt markets with its "strong vigilance' alert and plan to raise rates. CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: CORPORATE DEBT By Gordon Platt The European Central Bank sent a shockwave through global fixed-income markets last ...
DEAR READER APRIL 2011 | VOL.25 NO. 4 The events that have occurred during the past few weeks demonstrated once again the interdependence between world economies and world markets. Tragic developments like the earthquake in Japan and the nuclear accident...
Technological innovations and the rapid acceleration of globalization are driving a sharp increase in banks' interest in the remittances market. BANKS MAKE A BID FOR A GROWING MARKET By Anita Hawser Technological innovations and the rapid acceleration...
Midsize companies in the US are increasingly turning to overseas markets to boost their sales, but they are sticking to what they see as safe markets—those they understand, such as Canada and the United Kingdom—rather than the fast-growing emerging markets. NEW...
The first decade of the 21st century began with the spectacular and painful collapse of the dot-com bubble and ... Shifting Sands Global Finance takes a long, hard look at the prospects for the coming decade. By Dan Keeler The first decade of the 21s...
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