Shanghai makes up for lost time

March 2, 2003

China's largest city pulls out all the stops to regain the title of 'global financial centre', says Louise do Rosario.

Japanese banks determined not to repeat previous mistakes

April 2, 2001

With Japan’s economic problems having the potential to wreak havoc on a global scale, Japan’s banks must haul themselves out of a hole of their own making, reports Anthony Rowley in Tokyo.

The sharp horns of a dilemma

May 2, 2000

Kalo Rao in Mumbai reports on the latest and most difficult phase of banking reform facing the Indian government.

Size isn't everything (but it helps)

November 1, 1999

The recent wave of banking mergers will create some of the largest banks in the world. They also reveal a determination to compete at a world-class level.

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