Emerging Markets Weekly

On this week’s podcast: We look at the Indian economy and ask whether inflation or growth is the dominating policy there; we turn our attention to the Russian government’s decision to sell off 29 billion dollars of assets over the next three years; we hear an interview with president of Eurasia group Ian Bremmer and his thoughts on whether the US-China business relationship is really getting worse; we take a look at the most read post of the week on the beyondbrics blog.

Presented by Josh Noble, with Stefan Wagstyl in the studio.

Produced by LJ Filotrani


In this week’s podcast: The IMF’s thumbs down for Hungary; the surprisingly small rate hike in Brazil; Indonesia’s potential bubble; Apple’s iPhone 4 exchanging hands in China for inflated rates

Presented by Josh Noble and joined in the studio by Stefan Wagstyl, the FT’s emerging markets editor.

Contributors: On the line live from Budapest, Chris Bryant, the FT’s eastern Europe correspondent, Anthony Deutsch, the FT’s correspondent in Jakarta and in a pre-recorded interview the FT’s Latin America editor John-Paul Rathbone.

Produced by LJ Filotrani