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East Asia's economies are growing at their swiftest pace since before the financial crisis with fewer people than ever living in extreme poverty.
World Cup excitement turns to doubt and fears mount over productivity levels in Brazil
It is crunch time for Brazil as it battles to prevent power blackouts during the Fifa World Cup this summer
Development banks are finding increasingly novel ways of financing the small and medium enterprises that form the backbone of Latin America
The IADB wants to help fill the gaping infrastructure funding gap left by a Basel III-squeezed bank loan market.
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
President Putin's actions in Russia could see the economy plunge into recession and jeopardise LatAm growth
Because in the eurozone there is no political process to decide how the cost of adjustment should be shared out, there is now a breakdown of trust between different countries.
Stephen King, chief economist, HSBC
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