| Shanker Satyanath and Arvind Subramanian1
IMF Working Paper
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development is staging its annual meeting in Warsaw in a year that marks a number of important anniversaries for Poland, Eastern Europe and for the EBRD itself
An imminent signing of a $500m loan by Uralkali, the world’s largest potash producer, has not convinced bankers that Russia’s frozen international loan markets is anywhere near thawing out
Following the success of Montenegro’s €280m five year bond, conditions are ripe for other Balkan and central European sovereigns to tap the market
Having toured the 'MINT' countries, Jim O'Neill asks whether Turkey has more obstacles to overcome
Warsaw is home to the largest CEE-headquartered stock exchange, Bucharest is rapidly trying to replicate the structure, while Vienna dominates the Central and Eastern Europe Stock Exchange Group. Throw the Moscow Exchange into the mix and the battle for the CEE power exchange will prove a fascinating one
The EBRD will take on Libya as a member this week but analysts are warning that the multilateral may be biting off more than it can chew
Why should we not climb back to 8% [growth]? I'm giving myself three years to get there.
P. Chidambaram, finance minister, India
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