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Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
May 06, 2016
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
New proposed legislation could drastically overhaul Indian monetary policy-making.
Indian Bill to Overhaul Monetary Policymaking Passes Lower House
Is Tajikistan Inching Toward a Banking Crisis?
April 26, 2016
Is Tajikistan Inching Toward a Banking Crisis?
One major bank might be forcing some employees into unpaid vacations, local media reports.
Is Tajikistan Inching Toward a Banking Crisis?
More Bad News for Tajikistan's Economy: Vulnerability in the Banking Sector
February 12, 2016
More Bad News for Tajikistan's Economy: Vulnerability in the Banking Sector
The IMF stands ready to help, “provided the authorities take early and substantial policy actions.”
More Bad News for Tajikistan's Economy: Vulnerability in the Banking Sector
China Pushes Ahead With Financial Reform… Cautiously
August 13, 2013
China Pushes Ahead With Financial Reform… Cautiously
Chinese leaders are crossing the river by feeling the stones, but the river is proving to be wider than expected.
China Pushes Ahead With Financial Reform… Cautiously
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
January 29, 2013
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
Non-performing loans and assets along with corruption are becoming a real problem in Vietnam.
Vietnam's Economy: Sabotaged From Within
December 12, 2012
The Next Step in Burma's Economic Opening
While much about the country’s future remains uncertain, banks and accounting firms are moving in.
The Next Step in Burma's Economic Opening
China's Credit Dilemma
November 17, 2012
China's Credit Dilemma
New data suggests that notable shifts could be underway in China’s monetary environment.
China's Credit Dilemma
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