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30 October 2009
KfW IPEX-Bank’s Bernd Sooth discusses the defaults in the Kazakh banking sector and the potential for a satisfactory settlement.
30 October 2009
Despite local difficulties in the soft commodities sector, the future remains bright for Brazil, reports Ivan Castano.
29 September 2009
Standard Chartered’s Nigel Anton discusses how the downturn has affected shipping and shipping finance.
29 September 2009
Turkey has enjoyed a decade of strong growth and visible economic development. Dominic Tonner looks back over the decade and...
9 September 2009
Kit Brownlees discusses how private market political and credit risk insurance is weathering the global recession.
26 June 2009
Kimberly Wiehl discusses the responses of Berne Union members to the credit crunch and recession.
5 June 2009
When Marilyn Spearing moved to Deutsche Bank in 2006, with a brief “to take cash and trade to the next level”, she brought with...
21 May 2009
There is no better example of all that is wrong in the shape of the world economy and, perhaps, the shape of trade to come, than...
7 May 2009
Belarus is planning to continue its programme of privatisation and market liberalisation despite the global economic turmoil....
1 May 2009
Rudolf Putz discusses what development banks, such as the EBRD, are doing to alleviate the worst effects of the recession in...
1 May 2009
When Toshihide Orita joined Sumitomo Bank in the mid-1970s, he didn’t necessarily expect to spend his whole career at the bank,...
1 May 2009
Geoffrey Wynne of Denton Wilde Sapte and Federico Papas of Santander answer The Big Question: What difference do you think the...
23 March 2009
When Magnus Cole tried to export coffee from post-war Sierra Leone to Europe, he found out just how difficult it can be to open...
23 March 2009
We asked eight top trade finance professionals: Forget the credit crunch: Where do you feel the biggest opportunities will be in...
20 March 2009
BNYM''s Dominic Broom talks about how trade services has changed as a result of the credit crunch and the global economic...
23 December 2008
If Norbert Fritsch’s family had not escaped from East Berlin in 1960 – just ten months before the Wall went up – he might have...
1 December 2008
After decades of false starts, Nigeria is starting to deliver on its promise with reforms helping to galvanise business and...
1 December 2008
Nigeria is potentially the richest economy in Africa, yet has often been let down by corruption among its ruling classes – until...
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