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Administration has been simplified with the implementation of VAT and TINs, but much work remains. By Karen Kroll Many of the 19 Francophone countries of Sub-Saharan Africa–that is, those whose citizens speak French and who were otherwise influenc...
Norway's leading party in the upcoming election wants to break up the country's Government Pension Fund—the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world. This could erode much of the impact and influence—and leadership—that Norway provides to global SWFs, an...
Multinational corporations could have a harder time shifting profits to low-tax jurisdictions under new OECD rules.   AT HAVEN’S END? By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations could have a much more difficult time shifting profits to low-tax juris...
DEAR READER   SEPTEMBER 2013 | VOL. 27 NO. 8   For the first time since 2007, advanced economies are contributing more to global growth than developing ones. The surprising data, presented recently by the Wall Street Journal on estimates from Bridgewat...
Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources to improve the lives of its citizens.   SEEKING A VIABLE FUTURE By Jonathan Gregson Mongolia is struggling to find the right path in making use of abundant resources t...
Côte d’Ivoire has the opportunity to regain its status as a leading economy in Africa.   RETURN TO GLORY? By Dan Keeler Côte d’Ivoire has the opportunity to regain its status as a leading economy in Africa. Blessed with a wealth of natural ...
Central and Eastern European countries are quite diverse in their performance, but investors still lump them together.   REGIONAL REPORT: CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE — A MIXED BAG By Justin Keay Central and Eastern European countries are quite dive...
The six nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council—Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE—have a common need to adjust to a changing global oil market as a result of the surge in US oil production. They will need to be less profligate in their spendi...
As the infrastructure boom continues, it may be time for GCC countries to reevaluate how they select and fund new projects.   REGIONAL SUPERSECTION — SEEKING A NEW MODEL By Anita Hawser As the infrastructure boom continues, it may be time for GCC ...
As US shale oil and gas production continues to grow, it could have an impact on GCC economies over both the short and long term.   REGIONAL SUPERSECTION — SHALE OIL BOOM RATTLES GCC ECONOMIES By Gordon Platt As US shale oil and gas production con...
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