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The FINANCIAL -- Ukraine’s economy grew by 3.5 percent in the first half of 2018, supported by an early agriculture harvest and strong consumption growth from higher wages, pensions, and remittances, according to the World Bank’s latest Ukraine Economic Update. However, investor confidence is being held back by delays in key reforms, Ukraine’s large financing needs, and uncertainty ...

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The FINANCIAL -- Driven by strong domestic demand, Bangladesh’s economy remains among the fastest growing economies in the developing world and it would grow at an even faster pace if it ...

The FINANCIAL -- For the year ending 30 June 2018, PwC firms around the world earned total gross revenues of US$41.3 billion, topping US$40 billion for the first time. In local currency revenues grew ...

The FINANCIAL -- Consensus thinking holds that the world will have a hard time reaching the headline goal of the Paris Agreement—keeping the increase in global average temperature to less than 2°C ...

The FINANCIAL -- The development of the capital market in the Slovak Republic is taking another step forward. Following a successful joint programme to develop the legal framework for bonds, the EBRD ...

The FINANCIAL -- Sooner or later, every technological revolution gives rise to an organizational revolution. To realize the potential of new technologies, companies devise new ways of working; those ...

The FINANCIAL -- Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Serbia working to improve their competitiveness to succeed in international markets will benefit from a new EBRD trade support initiative ...