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Toshiba Is Equipped to Rebound from Accounting Scandal

by Tim Green

February 5, 2016

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Toshiba Corp.’s financial woes continue, with the company warning this week that it will lose more than $6 billion in ...

Iran Returns to the Global Business Stage

by Warwick Knowles

February 4, 2016

Iranian flags

The return of Iran, the world’s 28th-largest economy, to the global stage is the single biggest diplomatically driven ...

Argentina: Now Open for Business

by Michelle Campbell

January 27, 2016

Buenos Aires, Argentina - photo by Nestor Ferraro

In the weeks since his inauguration, Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri has made significant steps in the right ...

Greece’s Financial Troubles Continue in 2016

by Daniele Fraietta

January 25, 2016

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A lot of attention has been focused on whether a Greek exit from the eurozone was imminent due to the severity and ...

Business Optimism Up in India

by Arun Singh

January 22, 2016

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Business expectations in India are on the rise after four straight quarters of decline, according to the Dun & ...

Economic Sluggishness Takes a Toll on South Africa

by Bodhi Ganguli

January 13, 2016

South Africa gold mine

The South African economy remains on a subpar growth track, plagued by a host of external factors and domestic ...

The Saudis: Making Money in a Down Oil Market

by Stuart Hampton

January 13, 2016

Saudi Arabia sunset

Saudi Arabia has another ace up its sleeve, the privatization of the world’s largest state-owned oil company, Saudi ...

D&B: Five Business Trends for 2016

by Oana Aristide

December 18, 2015

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With 2016 fast approaching, Dun & Bradstreet economists are focused on identifying and assessing the trends that ...

GDP Per Capita: An Imperfect Gauge for Market Potential

by Jaspreet Sehmi

December 9, 2015

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When businesses make international investment decisions, the focus is often on assessing a country’s gross domestic ...

Is Latin America Disenchanted with Populism?

by Michelle Campbell

December 4, 2015

Mauricio Macri, incoming president of Argentina

For a large portion of the 20th century and early 21st century, leading Latin American countries such as Argentina, ...

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