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Treasury & Capital Markets
Stakeholders able to be part of carbon credit supply chain, reduce carbon footprints
17 Aug 2022
Asia's two biggest economies refuse to go with global flow amid inflation threats
17 Aug 2022
US$702 million deal targets long-term growth potential in Asia-Pacific’s clean energy transition
16 Aug 2022
Will they lead to more efficient, effective, joined-up markets or less stringently regulated ones?
16 Aug 2022
Given its favourable demography, democratic polity, and large and diversified economy, India can in principle grow at 7% or higher for years to come. But the only route to such growth that remains open runs through structural reforms that the government has taken off the table
16 Aug 2022
Announcing the best issuers, best banks and best sukuk advisers in Islamic finance as part of The Asset Triple A Islamic Finance Awards 2022.
16 Aug 2022
Beijing, in contrast to US central bank, aims to stimulate economic recovery
15 Aug 2022
As the Ukraine war continues, India’s quest for self-reliance increasingly entails multidimensional international engagement. Its skilful approach means that the forthcoming 75th anniversary of Indian independence will coincide with the country achieving significant – and advantageous – geopolitical autonomy
15 Aug 2022
The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on Friday (August 12) announced that it is imposing a three-year ban on licences granted to virtual asset service providers (VASP). During the moratorium, which begins on September 1, the central bank will review the local market.
15 Aug 2022
The 2008 global financial crisis, the Covid-19 pandemic, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have dimmed China's economic prospects while brightening India's. But, to minimize their risks and maximize their opportunities, both countries will need to reassess their current domestic policies and governance
13 Aug 2022
Prices in many commodity derivatives markets remain highly volatile, as hedge funds and other financial firms rush out as rapidly as they piled in. The lack of prompt action to address this suggests that regulators and policymakers are still putting financial interests above the interests of everyone else
13 Aug 2022