Sri Lanka isn’t the only developing economy under severe duress in the post-COVID global landscape.
The IMF has issued a stark warning that current debt relief efforts are not enough.
Vaccines might not be a panacea for all that ails the global economy in 2021.
A case study examining French and Chinese infrastructure loans in Africa highlights that, though both are aimed at stimulating domestic production, only one produces a sustainable development outcome for the recipient.
The question of a debt crisis in the developing world has shifted to ‘when,’ not ‘if.’
With COVID-related shutdowns abound, are major economies headed for a massive credit crunch?
Non-performing loans are a lot higher in Henan province than the official national statistics would have us believe.
The default of a state-owned provincial investment vehicle reflects a changing paradigm in China’s debt markets. But how long will the authorities remain on the sidelines?
The IMF’s latest report warns that the global financial system hasn’t yet fully learned the lessons of 2009.
Tracking the global market reaction to Turkey’s currency crisis with one overriding question in mind: How big is the contagion threat?