After 12 days of intense debate world leaders succeeded in agreeing a new accord to tackle climate change.
Daniel Bytcanek, head of Slovakia's ARDAL, maps out the country's external borrowing.
Since the conclusion of the political and economic crisis in 2010, Cote d’Ivoire has flourished in the debt market. EMEA Finance examines the prospects for the country going forward.
Sub-Saharan Africa may be heading towards sukuk issuance as a new avenue for funding.
Financial scandals and political turmoil have shaken Mauritius’ image as Africa’s offshore safe haven, as the country tries to navigate an increasingly complex environment for international financial centres.
With a new Central Bank governor in place, capital markets analysts and investors are eagerly watching to see which route the bank will take.
IFC’s Tomasz Telma sets out his vision for building a model sustainable growth for a region that is still seen as an unexploited emerging market.
Mozambique’s undisclosed billion plus loan sent shock waves across EM.