30 years after Romania started its post-socialist transition, there are many urgent tasks ahead. Most likely another three decades will be needed to rebalance the macroeconomic disequilibria and put things right.
As another economically distressed family commits collective cyanide suicide, the question running through all this market movement has to be: Is this regime built to last?
Bosnia offers cheap and vibrant nightlife for European partygoers — plus Sharia-compliant luxury resorts for Gulf travellers. Its success as a tourist destination will depend on how well it manages a delicate balancing act between the two.
Import compression is over. Officials are turbo-charging GDP. Lira is held in ‘dirty float’. Turks insist inflation is still high. Authorities are telling them they're wrong. Economics anoraks shouldn't miss an episode of the Erdogan experiment.
The growing importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance to investors (and ultimately to voters) is one of the most important forces shaping the new global economy. CO2 emissions must peak next year or we are in trouble.
Notes from BlueBay Asset Management economist Timothy Ash on his latest visits to Istanbul and Ankara.
Beware, says analyst, “When a country's ruler resembles King Lear out on a moor in the storm, any calm is temporary and deceptive”.
The pace of growth in the EBRD’s emerging economies is slowing on the back of a weaker global economic outlook, and pressure from slower growth in the Eurozone and China, US/Chinese trade tensions and a contraction in world automobile production, acc
Investors and policymakers finished the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank annual general meetings in October on a more positive note than expected.
Officials unleashing flood of cash in bid to reboot economy and president's popularity. Analysts are wary.