Our selection of emerging markets-focused commentary on markets, economics and international policy, updated throughout the week
The East African ride to Middle Income - Africa Can End Poverty (World Bank blogs)
Global Monetary Relief From Asia - Economonitor
China: investing too little? - Beyond Brics
A break-up of the euro would be good for both surplus and deficit countries. By Roger Bootle
Dollar and euro interest rates have whipped wider in recent weeks - usually a red warning signal for emerging markets. But this time, specialists believe EM should not be threatened.
A new study suggests that Estonia has the strongest legal system of all EBRD member states, and that, curiously, investors in the region pay the most to invest in countries with weak legal infrastructure
By Krzysztof Rybinski
Central and eastern Europe was a lifeboat in the storm for emerging market investors in 2014. But this year the region is breaking the hearts of DCM bankers as sovereign issuance volumes plummet
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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