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UK Businesses Welcome Tories for Another Term

by Markus Kuger

May 14, 2015


Incumbent United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron’s unexpected re-election this month is welcome news to most ...

Emerging Markets Struggle to Realize Gains from Intellectual Property

by Isaac Leung

May 8, 2015


Intellectual property — proprietary know-how — is either secret or licensed under strict controls in ...

Global Financial Instability: Still with Us after All These Years

by Warwick Knowles

May 6, 2015


Businesses are still living with the consequences of the global financial crisis, which burst onto the public ...

Shell’s Big Bid For BG Group

by Stuart Hampton

May 1, 2015


Royal Dutch Shell, the venerable Anglo-Dutch oil company that rose from humble origins trading seashells to become an ...

Is Principled Foreign Policy Bad for Business?

by Oana Aristide

April 30, 2015


Since the election of a new center-left government less than six months ago, Sweden has been carrying out a foreign ...

Late Payments Spark Action from UK Lawmakers

by Daniele Fraietta

April 27, 2015


Small and medium-sized enterprises in the United Kingdom are experiencing major problems with late payments, ...

Mexico’s Auto Industry in High Gear

by James Bryant

April 22, 2015


Last week Ford announced it would invest $2.5 billion to expand its manufacturing operations in Mexico. Ford’s notice ...

Terrorist Acts Threaten Business Continuity in Kenya

by Bodhi Ganguli

April 22, 2015


A rising tide of Islamist terrorism poses a serious threat to business continuity in sub-Saharan Africa. Insurgent ...

Medical Tourism: Growing in Asia and Latin America

by Michelle Campbell

April 20, 2015

Medical Tourism

Imagine recuperating in one of the most picturesque places on the planet after undergoing dental, knee, or cosmetic ...

Supply-Side Reforms: Lost on the Eurozone

by Markus Kuger

April 20, 2015

EU Commission

The reluctance of many European countries to implement supply-side economic reforms continues to hamper the eurozone’s ...

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