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Latin America's pulp and forestry sector offers strong investment opportunities. VIVID LANDSCAPE IN FOREST PRODUCTS By Antonio Guerrero Despite currency volatility and slowing demand from China and Europe, Brazil, Chile and other key Latin American markets co...
Global oil group Chevron approved a $5.6 billion development project in Angola. CHEVRON BOOSTS ITS INVEST-MENT IN AFRICAN BLACK GOLD By Antonio Guerrero Global oil group Chevron approved a $5.6 billion development project in Angola. The Mafumeira Sul o...
Ghana is considered a bastion of political stability. Now, with revenues from recently discovered oil reserves, it is set to become a beacon of economic growth. STAKING ITS CLAIM By Dan Keeler A history of stability, a growing middle class and a rapidly expan...
The small country of Brunei Darussalam must navigate challenging terrain in the coming months after taking over the chairmanship of Asean at the beginning of the year. MILESTONES:BRUNEI ByThomas Clouse The small country of Brunei Darussalam must navigate chal...
We evaluate environmental liability insurance and how pollution risks affect global companies and investors. THE POLLUTER PAYS By Dave Lenckus As regulators strengthen legislation, pollution insurance is ever-more essential. Many global companies still...
New feature: Each month we look at a different frontier market and what makes it stand out for growth and investment. WORLD OF OPPORTUNITY By Dan Keeler In a new monthly feature, Global Finance delves deep into the opportunities in frontier markets. With yout...
Despite the global slowdown, Qatar is still seeing 7% GDP growth and the highest per capita GDP in the world. GRAND VISIONS By Anita Hawser Qatar has used its oil and gas wealth to finance its global ambitions. But its economy remains vulnerable to ever-pr...
While the rest of Asia is slowing down, Mongolia is too, but by an entirely different playbook. Stoked by lucrative mining discoveries, Mongolia pushed out a blistering 17.5% growth rate in 2011-one of the world’s highest. MILESTONES: MONGOLIA ByArthur Clennam...
Banks in emerging markets are building a lucrative business on remittances sent home by workers living abroad. BANKS FOLLOW THE MIGRANT MONEY TRAIL By Michael Shari Banks in emerging markets are building a lucrative business on remittances sent home by worker...
Lebanon thrives, despite ongoing instability. But the resilience of its banking sector is being tested. AGAINST ALL ODDS By Justin Keay Mid-20th-century tourists flocked to Lebanon, the Switzerland of the East. War and instability long ago changed that. Now,...
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