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The initiative, named “Compact with Africa,” will focus first on five countries around the continent, with more to join this year.
Emmanuel Macron plans to push for economic reform when he’s sworn in as France’s new president.
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Governments and not-for-profit organisations in Africa are fighting to forestall a food crisis that already threatens 20 million people.
Organisations are increasingly focused on managing risks related to the unexpected outcomes of expected events.
Mobin Saulat, FCMA, CGMA, the CEO of a state gas company, figured out how to modernise a nation’s energy infrastructure.
Nationalist and protectionist policies are forcing tech companies and employees in India and elsewhere to rethink their plans.
So, after all the topsy-turvy machinations of this 11-candidate race, it will be the reformist EU supporter against the incendiary populist.
The misfortunes of the Chinese industrial town of Zouping illustrate problems that China’s large debt load may cause.
Business groups call for the campaign to debate the best possible Brexit deal, as well as the foundations for the UK’s longer term productivity and competitiveness.
OPEC’s member countries and 11 other oil-producing nations are cutting production to counter a flood of US oil and gas.
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Trade between the countries of Africa makes up a meagre 19% of the continent’s total trade, African Business reports.
The 0.25% increase in the US interest rate will reverberate across global markets, but it may not happen tomorrow, Liliana Rojas-Suarez writes for International Finance Magazine.
Bain & Co.’s Brexit analysis reveals a host of industries that could be the hardest hit – from food supply to automotive.
Paul Denhart, ACMA, CGMA, outlines the unexpected responsibilities finance professionals may take on when they take an assignment in an emerging economy. He also provides tips on making it a success.
Concerns about regulation eased, and projections for revenue, profits, and expansion are on the rise amongst US CPA decision-makers in a quarterly survey.
Regular changes to the UK’s fiscal policy create a burden for the nation’s businesses and hinders long-term planning, according to research commissioned by CIMA.