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Emerging Markets News
Emerging Stocks Advance as China Signals End to Interest-Rate Increases
Emerging-market stocks gained for a fourth day after China’s prime minister signaled interest-rate increases may be ending, raising speculation that demand for commodities from the world’s second-largest economy will rise.
Argentina Orders Oil, Mining Exporters to Repatriate Funds
Argentina ordered oil, gas and mining companies such as Xstrata Plc to repatriate all future export revenue as the government struggles to stem accelerating capital flight from South America’s second-biggest economy.
Ex-Terra President Gets Longest Foreign Bribery Sentence of 15 Years
Terra Telecommunications Corp.’s former president, Joel Esquenazi, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in a scheme to bribe officials at state- owned telecommunications company Haiti Teleco.
Latin America’s Most Volatile Currency Erodes Cetes Demand: Mexico Credit
Surging volatility in the Mexican peso is driving auction demand for the country’s shortest-term bills to a 16-month low.
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China Vows to ‘Strengthen Management’ of Internet After Social-Media Surge  
South Korea Ruling Party Risks ‘Serious Blow’ as Seoulites Vote for Mayor  
Yingluck Warns of Widespread Flooding in Bangkok as High Tide Approaches   
Crisis of 2012 May Be Harder on China Than U.S.: William Pesek 
Turkey More Than Doubles Banks’ Overnight Borrowing Cost to Curb Inflation  Updated 3 hours ago
Subbarao’s Goal to End Indian Rate Increases May Hinge on Fiscal Policy  
Floods Ruining 14% of Thai Rice May Erase Global Export Glut: Commodities  
Bank of China Beats HSBC as Dim Sum Market Opened: China Credit  
Wen Fuels Speculation China to Ease Policy as Global Recovery Threatened  
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