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Soaring interest rates could hamper post-pandemic recovery

Guru Neupane, a developer of the Upper Chameliya hydroelectric project, is concerned about the potential rise in bank interest rates. Faced with a liquidity shortage, commercial banks are competing to entice depositors, offering high interest rates on deposits. It could also lead to an increase in interest rates on loans. …

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More and more companies are leading the way towards sustainable businesses – Manila Bulletin

An ASEAN Sustainability Summit (E-Summit) was convened on October 21-22 to address important issues on environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles, as these provide the beacons for the corporate action in response to the challenges posed by the continuing global pandemic. SM Investments Corporation, one of the region’s leading conglomerates, …

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Mergers and Acquisitions: Necessary for Economic Growth – The Himalayan Times – Nepal’s No. 1 English Daily Newspaper

“Americans make money by playing ‘money games’, namely mergers, acquisitions, by simply moving money back and forth … instead of creating and producing goods. having real value. “- Akio Morita, Japanese businessman and Sony co-founder Mergers and acquisitions are the merging of two or more companies to achieve a certain …

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Development Finance Institutions Law – Finance and Banking

To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The Development Finance Institutions Act, 2020 (Law 1032) (the “Act”) was passed by the Ghanaian Parliament and received presidential assent on October 27, 2020. The law establishes a framework for the licensing, regulation and supervision of development finance institutions (DFIs) …

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Stimulate investments with green bonds

THE The 12th Malaysian Plan (12MP) represents an ambitious and holistic commitment (so far) to put in place the structural conditions for the green economy and accelerate its growth as a fundamental integrated component for the economic and sustainable development of the nation. . Take Chapter 7: “Improving Socio-Economic Development …

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Experts deplore the rising cost of debt service

… let’s say that the crowding out effect harms the economy With around 2.02 trillion naira committed by the federal government to service the debt in six months (January to June) of which 612.712 billion naira went to service the domestic debt between January and March, financial experts and economists …

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Bank loans to MSMEs fall short of required level

According to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), bank lending to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) remained below the prescribed level in the first half of this year. The latest central bank data showed that 454.84 billion pesos was set aside for MSME financing during the period, below the …

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