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Financial System

Bank For International Settlements Warns Of Looming Debt Bubble

by Kenneth Rapoza

11 February 2017

Global debt-to-GDP is now at a comfortable record high and the Bank for International Settlements, aka the central bank of central banks, noted on Friday that over the last 16 years, debts of governments, households and corporations has gone up...everywhere.

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Germany warns the City over Brexit risk

by News Agencies

11 February 2017

One of Germany’s most senior banking regulators has warned London that it is likely to lose its role as "the gateway to Europe" for vital financial services.

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Debt and Development

by Alejandro Reuss

12 January 2016

We used to hear all the time about the “Third World” debt crisis—and how it was keeping Latin America and Africa poor. But now I hear that those economies have actually been growing pretty fast. Was all that talk about debt overblown?

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The Gigantic growth of debt in China

by Jim Edwards

9 January 2016

Now, the Chinese economy is slowing. But China hasn’t stopped adding more debt. About five years ago, Chinese debt levels began accelerating far faster than GDP

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ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES REPORT

by Global Financial Integrity

26 December 2015

This report, the latest in a series of annual reports by Global Financial Integrity (GFI), provides
estimates of the illicit flow of money out of the developing world-hereafter referred to as illicit
financial flows (IFFs) or illicit outflows-from 2004 to 2013, the most recent ten years for which data
are available

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The Swiss Connection: The Role of Switzerland in Shell’s Corporate Structure and Tax Planning

by Eurodad

1 June 2014

A new report by Eurodad member SOMO (http://somo.nl) and Friends of the Earth Europe, entitled “The Swiss Connection”, sheds light on the role of Switzerland in Shell’s tax planning. The report concludes that Shell uses Switzerland mainly for ‘tax planning purposes’. Shell’s presence in Switzerland potentially allows the company to avoid paying a significant amount of taxes where its actual economic activities take place, including in developing countries

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Developing countries facing new economic problems

by Martin Khor

22 May 2014

New economic problems are confronting several developing countries which faced sharp currency depreciation and capital outflows at the start of 2014. These are caused by the boom-bust cycles in capital flows originating in profit-seeking investor behaviour in developed countries.

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Turbulence in Emerging Economies: From Easy Money to Hard Landing?

by Yilmaz Akyuz

21 May 2014

Urgent steps are needed to deal with an economic crisis in the emerging economies.Once again, most specialists on international economic matters have been caught unawares. In fact, the signs of external financial fragility in several emerging economies have been visible since the beginning of the financial crisis in the US and Europe.

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Derivatives market continues to rise

by Kanaga Raja

19 May 2014

The outstanding notional amount of over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives totalled $710 trillion at the end of 2013, an increase from $693 trillion at end-June 2013 and $633 trillion at end-2012, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has said.

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Waving Or Drowning: Developing Countries After The Financial Crisis

by Ylmaz Akyuz

23 June 2013

Even if the crisis in the North is fully resolved, developing countries are likely to encounter a much less favourable international economic environment in the coming years than they did before the onset of the Great Recession, including weak and unstable growth in major advanced economies, a significant slowdown in China, higher US interest rates, stronger dollar and weaker commodity prices

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