| World Bank
East Asia's economies are growing at their swiftest pace since before the financial crisis with fewer people than ever living in extreme poverty.
The gap between infrastructure needs and investment in Central and Eastern Europe shows why the region needs to learn lessons from Asia on how to build deep debt capital markets, according to leading bankers
Turkey was once the poster child of emerging markets, but its rising current account deficit and the increasingly autocratic tendencies of the president have led investors to demand a premium for holding its assets
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
With Romania set for inflation to fall below zero, its deputy central bank governor insists that it will prevent deflation, as it continues to foster economic growth
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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