Financial Times

Here, you will find an overview of all the articles I wrote for the Financial Times. I worked as a reporter (intern) at the Emerging Markets desk during May and June of 2012, and continue to write for the FT on a free lance basis. The articles below are ranked from newest to oldest.

India’s Hinduja throws Belgian media group a lifeline, M&A news report, including interview with company spokesman

China’s Jinsheng snaps up Swiss textile brand Saurer, M&A news report, including interview with Saurer chairman

The world in 2050: western multinationals owned by EM shareholders?*, on the future of retirement, the growth of emerging markets (EM), and the link between those two

Nestlé: Nescafé for Myanmar*, on the existing and new activities of consumer giant Nestle in Myanmar

LatAm taxis: no more rides on the wild side*, on a company providing safe taxis in Latin America

Chinese cars find eager buyers in Chile*, on the market for Chinese cars in Chile

Net profits: Abidjan football academy branches out*, on the business model of French football entrepreneur Jean-Marc Guillou

Turkey Inc muscles in on China in Africa*, on a Turkish company winning an infrastructure project in Africa, and what that means for Chinese companies

Qatar, Glencore and Xstrata: many shares, much power*, on the growing power of sovereign wealth funds, and its impact on listed companies

In real estate, EMs are more like DMs
HSBC: from exports to imports in EM

Pakistan’s real power problem: a failed privatisation*, on the causes of the power blackouts in Pakistan

Lifebuoy in EMs: a blast from the past*, on how some Western consumer goods are finding a second life in developing markets

Stories marked with an asterisk (*) are original reporting.

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