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South Korea takes its place on the frontlines of financial chaos

The Korean government and the central bank will have their work cut out for them in 2023. They must overcome a loss of trust and criticisms over raising rates too quickly if they want to keep the economy humming and avoid a new crisis.
Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia is considered a pioneer in the resources-rich country. Its momentum on sustainability has gained more steam over the years.

Mongolia’s careful balancing act adds to growth potential

Being stuck between Russia and China has never put more pressure on Mongolia than in the past year. But the authorities and banks are making the best of a near-impossible situation – and succeeding in the process.

Back to the future for Malaysia?

From 1990s economic superstar to jail and now finally to the top job, Malaysia’s prime minister has had an extraordinary political journey. Now that Anwar Ibrahim is finally the boss, can he fix Malaysia’s many problems?
Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia is considered a pioneer in the resources-rich country. Its momentum on sustainability has gained more steam over the years.
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