| Anne O. Krueger
Address to the Council on Foreign Relations by Anne O. Krueger First Deputy Managing Director International Monetary Fund
Cuba may be 90 miles off the US coast but for many it is a complete unknown. That hasn't stopped investors lining up to figure out how best to tap into a market isolated for more than 50 years
Emerging Markets can reveal that North Korea was rebuffed by Beijing in its attempt to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank because it was unable to hand over a proper snapshot of the hermit state’s economy and finances
Cuba looks set to continue its reintegration into the global financial system if the Development Bank of Latin America becomes the first multilateral to incorporate the Caribbean country as a member.
"Indonesia, having just seen a peaceful democratic election of a non-elitist leader, is probably going to embark on reforms that should keep growth at 5%-6% for years to come"
Jim O'Neill, economic advisor, IFC
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