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Notes from the field
Fresh doubts raised over Ukraine’s anti-corruption efforts
Progress on rooting out graft is being put at risk by resistance to greater transparency.
What prompted North Korea to start talking?
Sanctions or threat of military strike – the latter seems more likely.
Russia’s rich and powerful fret over upcoming wealth disclosure
A report by the US Treasury is set to lift the lid on the extent of their assets, possibly damaging their business interests at home and abroad.
Russia’s east struggles to lure investors
Putin will have to do more to reduce business risks and other disincentives in order to draw hoped-for East Asian investment into Russia’s resource-rich Far East.
Alaco Insight Report: Key players in Zimbabwe speak of economic hopes
Alaco canvasses the views of leading stakeholders on the likelihood of a recovery under the country’s new leader.
Sri Lankans sceptical of China’s investment rush
Huge Chinese-funded infrastructure projects raise hopes and concerns in equal measure.
Macri marches on as divided Peronists wait for him to slip up
An electoral boost gives new impetus to the Argentinian leader’s reform programme but it needs to start delivering soon
Why Iraq’s premier needs to win the war on graft before reconstruction begins
Corruption could prove to be a formidable foe, but it must be overcome if Iraq is to rebuild after its victory over IS.
What Mnangagwa needs to deliver to resurrect Zimbabwe’s economy
One priority involves making effective use of the country’s abundant natural resources.
Why Saudi detainees are paying for their freedom
Saudi Arabia's corruption crackdown looks like a plot to shore up the country’s depleted coffers — but it won't work.
—Notes from the field