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Risky Business: ‘First mover advantage’ or risk in Myanmar’s gold rush?

In the past year Myanmar has moved to the center of the frontier markets’ map for investors keen on a “first mover advantage”. However, increasingly lost amidst the hype is

Finance Latin America

Don’t let the Headlines scare you: Latin America has a lot to offer

In Latin America, a few rotten apples have scared investors away from the bushel. Despite this the continent is home to many opportunities. The search for yield has sent investors

Finance Sub-Saharan Africa

Africa-bound: Nigeria’s attractive debt

Nigeria: The ever-sparkling gem of the African continent now boasts robust capital markets to its long list of attractive qualities for investors. The most recent financial crisis saw dramatic reductions

Europe Finance

The Netherlands approaches crisis

The Netherlands is facing the rough aftermath of a burst real estate bubble in a fashion only otherwise witnessed in the US and Spain. Most of us have been observing

Finance North America

Strategic foreign aid in the ‘Age of Sequestration’

The Age of Sequestration has seen rising public and governmental concern about the ineffectiveness of foreign aid. Articles like U.S. Move to Give Egypt $450 Million in Aid Meets Resistance

Finance South and Central Asia

Kazakhstan showing signs of investment reform

Kazakhstan has made impressive progress towards attracting significant foreign investment since gaining independence in 1991. As of September 2011, foreign investors had invested a total of $159.3 billion in Kazakhstan,