South Africa: Key Issues and Challenges

As I’ve previously written, I had the opportunity to visit South Africa recently and meet with a number of executives […]

When Harlem Unemployment Pays for Midtown Luxury

A 1990s-era cash-for-visas program was designed to lure foreign investment to distressed communities. Instead, it subsidizes luxury real estate. Congress […]

Collateral Damage

By Rebecca McReynolds, Chazen Global Insights, How legal systems block access to credit in emerging market countries It’s been well […]

Africa’s Electrifying Future

Emerging and frontier markets are a focal point of this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which takes place […]

Ag tourism touted as way to boost rural economies

  By FREDERIC J. FROMMER Agritourism a Boon for Small Farm CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. (AP) — With its sweet fruit-flavored liqueurs, […]

Centralization of the African Union Leadership Summits

Liesl Louw-Vaudran, a journalist and an analyst from South Africa with a solid experience in African affairs, summarizes the ways […]

The PC16: Identifying China’s Successors

By George Friedman, Stratfor, China has become a metaphor. It represents a certain phase of economic development, which is driven […]

U.S. Auto Sales Speed Up: Chrysler, Ford Race To Best June Since Crisis

The auto industry’s recovery continued to show signs of solidifying last month, as car makers reported high sales driven mostly […]

Croatia Trades Bombs for Cafe Culture as EU Entry Nears

By Jasmina Kuzmanovic – May 14, 2013 Under shellfire on Christmas Eve 1991, 13-year-old Maja Biloglav fled Zadar by boat […]

Ford’s profits will accelerate as Europe improves: Barron’s

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Shares of Ford Motor Co (F.N) have surged nearly 40 percent over the past year, but […]

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