Iran's central bank condemns US 'financial terrorism' - IMF meeting awards - East Timor's sovereign wealth fund
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Iran's central bank condemns US 'financial terrorism' - IMF meeting awards - East Timor's sovereign wealth fund

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  • Iran's central bank condemns US 'financial terrorism'
  • How Trichet became the world's best-respected central banker
  • EXCLUSIVE: Inside East Timor's sovereign wealth fund

EUROMONEY/IMF MEETING AWARDS


Trichet puts the ECB firmly in the ascendancy

Since becoming governor in 2003, Jean-Claude Trichet has brought the ECB out of the shadow of the US Fed and led the global response to the credit crunch.

Mulyani surpasses previous achievements

Indonesia's finance minister is the darling of bankers in Asia, who applaud her no-nonsense approach and adept handling of the country's finances.

Ortiz hits all the right notes

Mexico's central bank governor has achieved rock-star status with his tough line on inflation by standing up to the president's pressure to reduce interest rates.

Xie keeps the China fires burning

China's finance minister has had a difficult first 12 months in charge, but has succeeded in maintaining the country's economic momentum.


Bangladesh looks beyond the food crisis

Rising food prices, in a country where people spend half their income on food already, are a crucial issue for finance minister Mirz Azizul Islam.

Iran's central bank condemns 'financial terrorism'

The vice governor for international affairs says financial sanctions will not halt the country's growth, as president Ahmadinejad tells the UN the US's years of domination are over.

Syria aims to underpin economic stability

Finance minister Mohammed Al-Hussein discusses the development of the banking sector, budgetary control and a T-bill market.

Argentina faces up to a crisis

Central bank governor Martin Redrado is confident he can win the fight against inflation, but investors are sceptical of Kirchner's policies.

Can Swan keep Australia flying?

Australia's new finance minister still has to convince his fellow citizens that he can keep the economy on an even keel.

Teves faces up to taxing issues

The Philippines' finance secretary has stabilized the economy during his three-year tenure, but external shocks could derail his plans.

Bank Indonesia seeks to restore its reputation

New governor Boediono has to put the central bank back on track as a corruption trial looms over a previous incumbent.

The world's most important sovereign wealth fund?

East Timor's finance minister Emília Pires knows that wise investment of its $3 billion fund is crucial to the country's poverty-stricken population.



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