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In the summer of 2012, when the eurozone crisis was breaking bad and Spanish banks were heavily hit by the burst of a real estate bubble, Europe set up a mega-loan to the Spanish government to help out its most-in-need financial institutions. By Tiziana Barghi...
Big steps have been taken in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone that will translate into better treasury services for companies in China. By Arthur Clennam Shanghai's pilot free trade zone, initiated last September, is about 11 square miles and covers fou...
  Accounting For The Rise And Fall Of Nations By Valentina Pasquali It has inspired works of art, including poetry, paintings and woodcarvings; made and destroyed immense fortunes, from the De Medici's in Renaissance Florence to Philip II's in 16th...
Malaysia has strong fundamentals, but high leverage and simmering ethnic tensions remain weak points.   PROSPERITY BELIES ETHNIC DIVISION By Anita Hawser Malaysia’s strong current account and FX reserves will safeguard it against external shocks, ...
Inter-Asian trade to lead the agenda at the Asian Development Bank meeting, May 2-5, 2014, in Astana, Kazakhstan.   ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ANNUAL MEETING By Justin Keay Inter-Asian trade will lead the agenda items at this year’s annual Asian Devel...
Reliance on cheap foreign labor could ultimately hurt the region's growth prospects.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT Visitors to the Middle East cannot help but be awed by the majestic skylines of the metropolises that have sprung from the desert sands a...
Middle East countries continue to prosper, creating opportunities from instability.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gordon Platt The economies of the Middle East continue to prosper despite ongoing instability. In some cases, that instability is cr...
Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qatar.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gordon Platt Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qa...
Sanusi’s sacking is having an effect on global perceptions of Nigerian risk.   NEWSMAKERS By Efraim Chalamish When central bank governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi announced in February that $20 billion in Nigerian oil revenues were missing from the til...
Former chief economist at the OECD, Pier Carlo Padoan is now at the helm of the ministry of Finance.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali Headed by 39-year-old prime minister Matteo Renzi, Italy’s new government is the youngest in the country’s hi...
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