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Situated in the southern Indian Ocean about 1,200 miles off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius wants to be the go-to country for entrepreneurs seeking business opportunities on the African continent. By Paula L. Green Mauritius is definitely...
Weird weather presents major problems for supply chains, and 77% of companies believe climate change has the potential to significantly affect their revenue By Gilly Wright Globally, this winter will be remembered for record flooding, drought, pol...
MNCs lobbied hard for preferments in current trade pacts. But the results may be more than they bargained for.   TRADE FACTS By Ronald Fink Multinational corporations lobbied hard for preferential agreements under proposed Asian and European trade p...
As the Ukrainian crisis continues, it demonstrates the inport of global trade treaties—and global trade.   DEAR READER APRIL 2014 | VOL. 28 NO. 4 As we write, the Ukrainian crisis is in full swing, and the outcome is impossible to predict. What we ha...
Kazakhstan’s ambitious leader has many plans for his increasingly prosperous country.   KAZAKHSTAN: GRANDIOSE AMBITIONS By Justin Keay Getting rid of the “stan” on the end of his country’s name is just one of the many ambitions Kazakhstan’...
The prime ministers of seven Western Balkan states gathered in London for groundbreaking investment conference.   MILESTONES By Justin Keay Not long ago, it would have been almost impossible to get the leaders of the various Western Balkan countries...
Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all IPOs in the US in the first two months of 2014.   CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS By Gordon Platt Healthcare companies accounted for more than half of all initial public offerings filed in the US in the...
Agricultural commodity prices have risen as much as 20% in the last decade, and a number of food producers have seen profits fall as a result. Some companies are now using traditional techniques to cut supply chain costs in order to help bolster profits. ...
Brazil and Mexico have taken completely different routes when it comes to foreign trade. And the results are telling.   THE TRADE CONUNDRUM By Antonio Guerrero Do open-door trade policies provide greater long-term benefits? Or is protectionism worth...
Regulation and new funding tools were top of the agenda at the trade finance conference in London in January.   STAR PERFORMERS By Anita Hawser Over the past six years transaction banking has been one of the best performers in an otherwise lackluste...
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