Bank of China management executive Zhu Min explains what would make a good Wall Street deal and the progress Chinese banks need to make in order to become globally competitive.
China banking regulator Liu Mingkang gives his take on lessons learnt from previous financial crises and his insights on how Chinese banks can strike a balance between policy and profits.
As Sovereign Wealth Funds (SWF) in emerging markets become bigger players in the global economy, Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group talks to CNBC's Maura Fogarty about what this means and if this will shift the global balance of power.
Various analysts give their take on India's rise to power and the issues it faces in this web-exclusive "BRICS & Beyond" video.
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As emerging markets constitute nearly half of Unilever's business, Harish Manwani, the firm's president for Asia, Africa, Central & E. Europe, sheds light on what some of the challenges & opportunities are in that market.
China's economy has grown leaps and bounds since its "Opening and Reform Policy" was implemented 30 years ago. Cheng Lei reveals how the country plans to enter into a new phase of its integration into the global economy.
In 2007, Russia attracted more foreign direct investments than India and Brazil. But will this continue, after a new year brought about fresh uncertainties on its political and economic front? CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports.
India's most precious asset is her people. CNBC TV18's Tanvir Gill reports on how the country is leveraging and investing on its human resources to propel India's future growth.
As BRIC nations -- Brazil, Russia, India and China, struggle with inflation and domestic over-heating, are investors better off investing in frontier markets like the Middle East and North Africa? CNBC's Maura Fogarty reveals the answer.