Japan is out to grab a piece of the Africa development pie — and China is displeased. What does this mean for the continent?
Despite the sharp depreciation of lira, Turkey continues to lure long-term investor interest by providing an easy access to the European markets.
Ironically, India’s erstwhile colonial master is mired in crisis as a result of the most-anticipated Brexit verdict. This predicts Britain to move behind India and France on the ‘global GDP league table’ with just 1.6% rise this year.
In the wake of rapid digitisation and mobile-friendly strategies, there is a rising need for modernity in authentication systems, In a path-breaking initiative, cybersecurity company OneSpan accomplished the seamless modernisation of Raiffeisen Italy’s authentication systems. Could this be the precedent in the future?
The UK’s population reached around 65.1 million individuals in 2015 and is expected to go beyond 70 million people by the time we reach 2026. Will the UK’s growing population result in the government having to make revisions when it comes to the amount that they need to invest into the nation’s economy?
Lifestyle apparel brand Kapow Meggings sells globally from distribution centres in UK, USA, Australia and Germany but China was a challenge like none other. Read on to find out how this company managed to transcend cultural and social barriers to build a solid working relationship with one of the most powerful nations in the world
Italy is current bogged down by high debt, low growth and a weak economy. There are very real concerns that it could trigger a massive financial crisis in Europe, and its ongoing disagreement with the European Commission on its budget is making the situation worse. What lies ahead for the country?
Kazakhstan—the country, where entrepreneurship was unwelcomed, several years ago, is now reorienting its economy by streaming into cryptocurrency and fintech, as a measure to mitigate sinking oil prices
Despite sukuk’s ongoing instability in GCC countries this year, there is a resurgence of interest across 18 African markets. What does this mean to the largely underbanked Muslim population in these markets?
Turns out, Britain’s chance to rewrite its character of governance has granted the domestic enterprises a milestone in international trade