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Economics, Policy & Regulation

Honduras: Crypto Gets Nixed

Honduran regulators have had enough of cryptocurrencies. The country’s National Banking and Insurance Commission (CNBS) has prohibited them from the...

Data

Corporate Tax Rates by Country

Taxes paid by corporations can be measured in a number of ways, including the marginal corporate tax rate and the total taxes paid as a percentage of profits.

Awards

BEST BANKS 2014: LATIN AMERICA

While Latin American banks continued to expand their client base and footprints, the sector still faced important challenges.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

ANNUAL SURVEY: WORLD’S BEST BANKS 2014

In our 21st annual survey, Global Finance identifies the best banks in 150 countries and eight regions. The winners are not always the biggest banks, but rather, the best—those with the qualities that corporations should look for when choosing a bank.
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Honduras

Browse additional economic indicators and data sets, selected by Global Finance editors, to learn more about Honduras economic outlook, debt to GDP ratio, international trade performance and population trends. Rankings of Honduras best banks and safest banks are also available.

Awards

World’s Best Foreign Exchange Providers

ANNUAL SURVEY — STABILITY AMID CHANGE By Gordon Platt A global investigation into trading irregularities has not hampered growth or innovation in one of the world’s largest and most volatile markets—foreign exchange. The $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange ...

Awards

World’s Best Foreign Exchange Providers 2013

<em style="font-size: 14px; text-align: justify;">Global Finance<span style="font-size: 14px; text-align: justify;">magazine has named the World’s Best Foreign ExchangeProviders 2014.</span>

Emerging & Frontier Markets

M&A: Brazil, Latin America In Slump

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Fears that the Federal Reserve would cut back on its bond-buying program, as well as the collapse of Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista’s commodities empire, triggered a sharp decline in mergers and acquisitions ...
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