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  1. FT Photo Diary

    September 1, 2014

    Erupting Tungurahua

    Dolores Ochoa/AP The Tungurahua volcano throws ash and stones during an eruption seen from Banos, Ecuador. Annabel Cook

  2. August 28, 2014

    New framework for sovereign defaults

    ...pari passu clause. Around half of all government debt defaults now trigger creditor lawsuits and in countries such as Congo, Ecuador, Iraq, Peru and Poland, small numbers of private investors have refused to take part in government plans to restructure... By Elaine Moore

  3. August 28, 2014

    No blank cheque for Robert Mugabe from China

    ...similarly cautious strategy with other political allies with shaky economies, for instance securing loans to Venezuela and Ecuador against those countries’ oil exports. Earlier this year, the west African country of Ghana said it was not tapping a loan... By Lucy Hornby in Beijing and Tony Hawkins in Harare

  1. August 22, 2014

    The bond paradox and how it will end

    ...Flows of money into emerging markets have also swung up, with the “taper tantrum” swiftly forgotten. Countries such as Ecuador, Ivory Coast and Pakistan have returned to markets – after years of civil war, political turbulence or debt defaults... By Elaine Moore

  2. beyondbrics

    August 21, 2014

    Ecuador: Standard & Poor’s raises rating of market's prodigal son

    ...recently welcomed back by the debt markets: Ecuador. S&P raised the Andean country’s...leaves the country below investment grade Ecuador’s leftist President, Rafael Correa...We raised the long-term ratings on Ecuador as a result of the government’s greater... Andres Schipani

  3. August 19, 2014

    Latin America swaps its populists for apparatchiks

    ...capitalism. In the past decade, Bolivia and Ecuador have used technicalities to sidestep presidential...as her late husband once did with her. Ecuador and Bolivia trot this path most successfully...majorities – shows signs of decline Ecuador’s dollarised economy curtails inflationary... By Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez

  4. August 19, 2014

    Scotland’s currency choices in the event of independence

    ...Westminster government does not agree to share the pound, Scotland could use it anyway, without a say in monetary policy. Ecuador and Panama, for example, have adopted the US dollar. But it would be unusual for a country with an economy the size and... By Kiran Stacey

  5. August 19, 2014

    Scotland’s Nationalists address currency conundrum

    ...Westminster government does not agree to share the pound, Scotland could use it anyway, without a say in monetary policy. Ecuador and Panama, for example, have adopted the US dollar. But it would be unusual for a country with an economy the size and complexity... By Mure Dickie and Kiran Stacey

  6. August 18, 2014

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to leave Ecuador embassy ‘soon’

    ...involved and the international community and international bodies Ricardo Patiño, Ecuador’s foreign minister Sitting alongside Mr Assange at the press conference, Ecuador’s foreign minister Ricardo Patiño stressed that the Australian’s... By Claer Barrett and Jane Croft in London

  7. August 14, 2014

    EU to pressure Egypt and Turkey on Russia food embargo

    ...already triggered a withering response from Rafael Correa, Ecuador’s president. He retorted that Quito did not have to ask anyone...imports of pork, fruit and vegetables from China, milk from Ecuador, apples and pears from Mexico and pork and dairy products... By Christian Oliver in Brussels, Kathrin Hille in Moscow and Daniel Dombey in Istanbul

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