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Lesotho
Feature
1 June 2016
As the Basotho people build their non-diamond revenues, a recent delegation to the UK reinforced not only the country's readiness for diversification, but how investment in its core industry is...
Turtle
News
1 June 2016
Hann-Ju Ho says that the eurozone will continue to be driven predominantly by domestic demand as low inflation and immigration expenses bite
Germany
Feature
1 June 2016
As the world's third largest exporter grapples with the effects of a strong euro and China's slowdown, Germany's SMEs needs to get more comfortable with overseas trade. But who is on...
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Feature
20 May 2016
President Obama's recent visit to Cuba symbolised a new era in US/Cuban relations. But what does this mean for corporates and banks, and will the new US administration continue the good work,...
News
19 May 2016
Adoption of the right investments and sound policies, along with access to finance and instruments to reduce or hedge business risk could transform Africa’s agriculture sector was the...
Isreal
Feature
19 May 2016
Israel may at last see gas piped from its vast offshore reserves, but this nation of entrepreneurs and innovators is a prolific trader. But what about its banks? Peter Brinsley reports
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News
17 May 2016
US Republican party presidential candidate Donald Trump has raised some eyebrows around the world with his views on the spiralling US national debt (around US$19trn)  and US$42bn monthly trade...
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News
28 April 2016
Citi has appointed Christine Lam as Citi country officer (COO) for China, effective from June 2016.   In her new role, Lam will oversee all of Citi’s businesses and franchise...
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Blog
28 April 2016
According to Mark Twain, "history never repeats itself but it rhymes". And in the world of trade and commodities, there has been an awful lot of verse   
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News
28 April 2016
Paul Skelton says that corporates and financial institutions need to adapt to the new realities of China's consumer-led new normal economy
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Feature
27 April 2016
Small businesses could help Australia wean itself off its dependency on commodities exports. But supporting their exports is no longer cost effective for larger financial institutions. So who is...
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Feature
27 April 2016
Patrick Murphy considers the 'new normal' of doing business with Iran in a post-Implementation Day geopolitical climate
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Feature
26 April 2016
India's love-hate relationship with Narendra Modi rides on his pro-business regime. He is the face of India on a global platform, but at home, a splintered opposition, long-seething resentment in the...
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Feature
26 April 2016
The Nordics have a long history of taking to the seas to expand their economies - do they retain an ancestral spirit for opening up new markets and trading opportunities? Clarissa Dann investigates
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Feature
26 April 2016
Michael Lum and Emma Whiteacre review economic progress in South-East Asia and while the opportunities are indeed exciting, they conclude the risk is not for the faint-hearted
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News
25 April 2016
Dilma Rousseff, the 36th president of Brazil, is staring at impeachment after the lower house voted to start proceedings over charges of manipulating government accounts on 17 April 2017....
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News
25 April 2016
A survey of international businesses undertaken by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) United Kingdom, together with Hogan Lovells LLP, has revealed that 86% of respondents felt the UK...
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News
17 April 2016
Azerbaijan has a new Asian Development Bank country director .   Nariman Mannapbekov took up the post on 11 April 2016 and says welcomes the opportunity to broaden ADB’s support for...
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