| Tadao Chino, president, ADB
The importance of closer of regional co-operation and integration. By Tadao Chino, president of the Asian Development Bank
Venezuela’s annual inflation hit 57.3% in February, but a group of chamber of commerce leaders defied experts’ analysis to present a bullish case for investment in the country
As Dilma Rousseff seeks re-election this October, her economic performance has proved disappointing. But policymakers have launched a counter-offensive to regain credibility
President Putin's actions in Russia could see the economy plunge into recession and jeopardise LatAm growth
The man behind the Bric acronym has come up with a new one: Mint. Here Jim O’Neill explains why he has chosen M for Mexico
The past five years in Latin America have been all about Brazil. The next five could well be all about Mexico
Infrastructure bonds are one possibility because it provides an opportunity for long-term investors like pension funds and life assurance companies.
Takehiko Nakao, ADB president
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