By Yanina Vetcherkovskaya | Editor | 23/01/13
Years of growth followed by periods of austerity. Political and military conflicts making way for stability. New developments abound in Côte d’Ivoire and in our subsidiary there, which was even nationalised in 2011.
By Marc Friso | Economist | 23/01/13
The country has been back on a growth track since the end of the post-election crisis in early 2011. GDP growth is set to remain strong at around 7% in 2013-17 after +8.6% in 2012. A marked contrast with the past decade.
By Florence Amphoux | Head of Editorial Team | 11/01/13
What prospects for 2013? What economic forecasts? What geopolitical risks? Listen to the interview with Philippe Moreau-Defarges, a researcher at the French international relations institute IFRI, and Olivier Garnier, the Group's Chief Economist.
By Klaus Baader | Chief Asia Pacific Economist | 09/01/13
Overcoming deflation, a fifth recession in 15 years, high public debt... Japan's economical indicators are worrying. In December, the Japanese voted and elected the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) to fix the country's economy. Shinzo Abe, Head of LDP and Japan's new Prime Minister, is expected to ...
By Marjolaine Meeschaert | Head of the Historical Archives Department | 03/01/13
Clients, employees and retired employees joined our Historical Mission team at Caen Memorial centre for a day of conferences and round tables on the theme of crises that have affected the Bank and its clients.