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1. Growth in an uncertain global environment: The outlook for Latin America

2. After the freefall, what to expect from commodity prices

3. Economic forecast summary: July 2014

4. Worldwide Cost of Living 2014: Which city is the most expensive to live in? Which city is the cheapest?

5. The global economy: Healing or still hurting?

6. Global microscope on the microfinance business environment 2012

7. Independence day: A special report on North America's oil and gas boom

8. China's leadership: handover The changing of the guard

9. Retail 2022: How the Economist Intelligence Unit sees the retail landscape changing over the next decade

10. Industries in 2013: A special report from the Economist Intelligence Unit

11. Africa: open for business The potential, challenges and risks

12. Women's economic opportunity 2012: A global index and ranking from the Economist Intelligence Unit

13. Myanmar: White elephant or new tiger economy?

14. A greener shade of grey: A special report on renewable energy in China

15. EIU: Global outlook summary

16. Global food security index 2012

17. Best cities ranking and report

18. Tankers on the horizon: Australia's coming LNG boom

19. State of the union Can the euro zone survive its debt crisis?

20. Honduras: Zelaya's return may spark instability

21. EIU Oil Market Outlook

22. Human resources in China Prepare for opportunity

23. After €urogeddon? Frequently asked questions about the break-up of the euro zone

24. Industries in 2012: A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit

25. Financial Reform: Going Global? Global overhaul, but not global approach

26. Global Outlook 2010: What lies ahead for the global economy