GTR Magazine - November / December 2013
As we reach the end of 2013, GTR speaks with analysts, economists and trade facilitators to find out which markets have the most interesting trade prospects for the coming years. Finbarr Bermingham reports.
Caribbean exporters are ready to rumble with the US over rum ‘subsidies’, writes Dentons lawyer David Williams.
Investment in South African mining is in danger of hitting a new low. John Ollett explores the causes and asks whether this trend could change.
Shannon Manders highlights some of the trends that got everyone talking in Dubai this September.
Countries across the world are racing to become the next to build a high-speed rail network. But Finbarr Bermingham discovers that many projects have trouble getting off the platform.
As the mature economies of the world come out of recession, there is increasing appetite for insureds to manage some of their own credit risks, writes Helen Yates.
The creation of a single market in euro-denominated payments is expected to facilitate trade for eurozone companies. But questions remain over whether they will meet the SEPA migration deadline. Liz Salecka reports.
Shannon Manders talks to Severstal CEO Alexey Mordashov about the recommendations that world business leaders, the B20, made at the G20 summit in Russia in early September to drive economic global growth. Mordashov is the chairman of the B20 taskforce on trade.
With elections on the horizon and recent civil unrest threatening to undo all of the country’s hard work, can Colombia hold onto its new image as a bustling investor destination? Eleanor Wragg reports.
Falling gold prices have further dampened equity markets. John Ollett reports on junior miners’ search for debt and how they must improve to obtain it.
Liz Salecka examines some of the key messages and recommendations stemming from a new market guide, which aims to drive the growth and development of the supply chain finance market.
After a chastening few years, banks in the UAE have had to grow up quickly. Finbarr Bermingham reports on a sector that’s still finding its place in the world.
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