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A Bipolar World? Searching in Vain for a Dollar Alternative

The seizure of Russia’s dollar reserves, part of the first wave of sanctions decreed in response

A Perfect Storm Perfected: EU Battles String of Calamities

It’s about the only thing missing from a world in turmoil: France going haywire and off
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Lord Waverley: First In, Best Dressed — UK’s Bid to Join Key Regional Trade Agreement

The United Kingdom has applied to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP),

Fortress Russia on Shaky Ground: EU Finds Its Footing and Unleashes Its Economic Might

The rouble took a pounding of note, losing almost a third of its value as soon
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OECD: Plugging the SDG Financing Gap

Ensuring Blended Finance can mobilise private finance, particularly in the Least Developed Countries and towards Social

ICBC Middle East: Resilience in Times of Crisis

Founded in 1984, ICBC has grown into the largest commercial bank with an extensive global network
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OECD: Blended Finance Institutional Role in Responding to COVD-19

COVID-19 has had a dramatic impact on developing countries and undone years of progress on sustainable

Lord Waverley on WTO: Inclusive and Sustainable Trade Reforms are Vital for Shared Benefits

The previous US administration, the politicisation of trade and a looming economic crisis due to the
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World Bank on COVID-19: The Road Back Must Be Green, Resilient, and Inclusive

By Axel van Trotsenburg World Bank Managing Director of Operations COVID-19 has imposed a deeper, more

KPMG Lower Gulf: What Should Banks Focus On?

Shifting Customer Behavior, Economic Headwinds, Intensifying Competition, Regulatory Pressure and Technological Disruption – What Should Banks
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