In the media | 10 Oct 2023

Financial Times: Seeing China’s side of the EM debt debate

Gabriel Sterne

Head of Global Emerging Markets

Gabriel Sterne, Head of Global Emerging Markets examines how stricken countries are suffering as China and the Western-dominated IMF engage in a titanic wrestling match over debt crisis-resolution architecture.

It’s a massive problem that could be a destructive force for decades. Read the full article to learn more:

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