| Tadao Chino, president, ADB
The importance of closer of regional co-operation and integration. By Tadao Chino, president of the Asian Development Bank
Georgia’s radical approach to economic thinking is working. But it remains dangerously exposed to the whims and wiles of its more powerful and belligerent neighbor
The head of the EBRD, Sir Suma Chakrabarti, has told the bank’s shareholders that progress in driving economic reform across the region has been only modest. He explained how he plans to accelerate progress
If the central and eastern European countries’ vast infrastructure investment gap is ever to be bridged, then private capital via the bond markets will have to be harnessed
Negotiations between Ukraine’s government and a committee of its bondholders over its $23bn debt dissolved into acrimony this week, amid fears that only a haircut for investors will avert default
A break-up of the euro would be good for both surplus and deficit countries. By Roger Bootle
Russia’s eastward foray and energy deals with China, far from saving its economy, are revealing Vladimir Putin’s weak bargaining position.
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