Feb 13-17: EM reads

13/02/2012 |

Our selection of emerging markets-focused commentary on markets, economics and international policy, updated throughout the week.

Innovation in government: Indonesia and Colombia - McKinsey Quarterly

India’s ‘bumble bee’ defies gravity - FT

The Sri Lankan Rupee’s Perilous Descent + Israeli Interests Under Fire - Risk Watchdog
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Romney: How I'll Respond to China's Rising Power - WSJ

Concern over Indonesia equities slowdown - FT

Does it Matter Who Runs the World Bank? - Center For Global Development

China’s economic rebalancing is already underway - VoxEu

Swiss Embassy says black money estimates lack evidence - AsiaNews Network

The Aging of Asia - Asia Sentinel

Estimating trade elasticities: Demand composition and the trade collapse of 2008–09 - VoxEu

‘Power’less in India - EconoMonitor

China Data, Part 2: Slowing Growth - EconoMonitor

Brazil's BTG Pactual talking to banks for possible IPO - Dow Jones

Sukuk issuance surpasses pre-crisis levels - Financial News

Western banks losing battle for Beijing - Financial News

The syndicated loan market in 2011: A game of two halves - EBRD blog

Zimbabwe: Economists Dispute 9,4 Percent Growth Rate - All Africa

China's Search for Soft Power - Asia Sentinel

A Loss of Trust in China’s Property Sector - WSJ

Trade Data: Is China Losing Its Steam? - Econ Matters

India awaiting the latest WPI print - Sober Look

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