With elections being held in 34 separate emerging markets this year, could they have a knock-on effect worldwide?
This year could be a bumper one for Middle Eastern investment banking, particularly in the GCC, Iraq and Egypt.
Brazil and Mexico have taken completely different routes when it comes to foreign trade. And the results are telling.
Caucasus countries have taken different economic paths, despite their proximity and sociocultural connections.
Angola is diversifying beyond oil. But, corruption and bureaucracy are still challenging.
Regulation and new funding tools were top of the agenda at the trade finance conference in London in January.
GF’s Trade Finance awards dinner was held during the BAFT annual meeting. Global trade execs gathered to celebrate.
Global Finance presents the winners of its annual Treasury & Cash Management awards.
A look at the current state of play in China’s banking system: Shadow banking is taking a toll.
Regulation is struggling to keep up with evolving cyberrisks, but is already driving uptake of insurance.
Vietnam has great potential, but it also has big hurdles to improving its business climate for foreign investors.
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