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Despite changes in domestic and international markets, Russia is betting on coal consumption as it moves to develop its eastern regions and pivot from Europe. Will it work? Coal was meant to help build Siberia and the Far East. The...
Turkey is one of the fastest growing emerging markets in the world, but for the last five years, Turkish equities underperformed the S&P 500 Index. The main risks associated with investments in Turkish equity are country-specific risks and currency...
Ask a Kievite the most important issues for the country right now, and the answer will generally highlight corruption, corruption and corruption. Ukraine has made huge strides since the worst of days of its conflict with pro-Russian forces that killed...
Croatia is one of the more developed frontier market countries that we watch with a GDP per capita (PPP) over $20,000 USD. With a population of about 4.2 million people, it remains on the fringes of the investing universe....
When it comes to writing about the politics and economics of Greece, I have a difficult time staying away from my default, sarcasm. I will trying a different tact here, one emphasized by good news. Before I do that...
I now firmly believe that the universe has a perverse sense of humor. I say that in all sincerity, because the latest example is Russia’s wheat harvest. You see, the wheat harvest in Europe has not been up to...
This guide is for intrepid investors who are wondering how to invest in Romania and the Bucharest Stock Exchange. Curious about investing in other frontier markets? Check out a list of our guides here. Romania is one of the main countries...
After years of economic crisis and anaemic growth, Belarus is becoming an attractive destination to foreign investors. Belarus has been receiving an increased attention from investors of late. Having weathered several heavy economic crises is in the mid-1990s, an ongoing...
You may recall the article I wrote about Brexit when I wondered who else might decide to leave the continent of disunity. Well, we may not have long to wait, but this time a country may actually be asked to...
It’s been just under two months since the unsuccessful coup was launched against President Erdogan’s government in Turkey, so let’s revisit the country from an investor’s perspective and see if there are any signs of stabilization. One thing is...
In April and May this year (2016) I had the chance to visit Albania twice and meet 25 leading bankers there. Albania exceeded my expectations tremendously. Before I first landed at Nënë Tereza, the International Airport of Albania (named after...
As expected, the referendum held in Britain now has some others in Europe beginning to defy the bureaucrats in Brussels, with Hungary being the latest. They have decided to hold a referendum on October 2. However, it will not...

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