Features - Brazil - The pros and cons of political inertia - Things are looking good for Brazil with solid growth, low inflation, rising employment and improving levels of exports. But behind the impressive facade lurk significant structural problems that could yet scupper the country's progress to prosperity.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2001, p. 93-101
Emerging markets - Paris Club members get used to new rules - Gone are the days when Paris club members locked their debtors away in darkened rooms until they were forced to agree to new repayment terms. Now it is often the borrowers calling the shots, as recent agreements with Iraq and Nigeria show. What does this mean for the future of the Paris Club?
Salmon, Felix, (2005)
Euromoney awards - The world's best central bank governors and ministers of finance - How Ngozi Okonjo-lweala transformed Nigeria with the Paris Club deal; Zeti Akhtar Aziz reforms Malaysia's financial markets; Fukui achieves much by doing little in Japan; and Kuczynski earns his promotion in Peru.
Leahy, Chris, (2005)
Borrower awards - Borrowers fly high through innovation - What connects the world's best issuers? Their ability to secure attractive funding through innovative structures or reaching out to new markets, often when the conditions are not in their favour.
Brown, Mark, (2005)
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