TOP FIVE PREDICTIONS FOR 2014
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are forecasting steady global economic growth at 3.6%.
China transforms from the world's factory into a more knowledge-based and service oriented economy.
Indonesia's appetite for "inbound" FDI is increasing, particularly as it is one of Asia's growth leaders.
The first ever domestic securitisation of consumer loans in Russia will allow domestic securitisation of non-mortgage-related assets – including SME loans, trade receivables, lease payments etc.
Brasil is keen to live up to its emerging economy status by making processes much easier for businesses, which is good news for those firms looking to take advantage of the World Cup next year and the 2016 Olympics.
Argentina ranked as the country with the most complicated regulatory regime.
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PLATTS - Renewables' share in Germany's power mix is set to reach 38% this year, ahead of the government's 2020 target of 35% but below-trajectory for 2030's 65% target, utility lobby group BDEW said Thursday.
EBRD - the Bank will no longer finance thermal coal mining or coal-fired electricity generation. The Bank will also stop funding any upstream oil exploration, and will not finance upstream oil development projects except in rare and exceptional circumstances, where such investments reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
IMF - The Malaysian economy has shown resilience. Real GDP growth is projected at 4.7 percent for 2018, underpinned by domestic demand.
IMF - Bolivia's real GDP growth is projected at 4.5 percent in 2018, one of the highest rates in the region. Growth is supported by continued accommodative policies, a second economy-wide wage bonus, and strong agriculture output.