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March 22, 2018
Associations are a driving force that progress industries forward. They have many responsibilities to their members and the industry they represent, such as providing research and data, organising industry events aimed at driving meaningful business relationships and educating members on the news impacting their industry. One of the benefits an association provides is their ability […]
October 9, 2017
On the 25th October the company of strategic market research solutions Euromonitor International will organize a seminar, dedicated to the top level managers from FMCG companies, banking sector, governmental and trade organisations. Lina Sidorenke, Project Manager at Euromonitor International agreed to tell us more about the idea of ​​a British company to hold a seminar in […]
October 10, 2015
Standard & Poor’s recently downgraded Brazil’s sovereign bonds to junk status as a result of the Brazilian government failing to reduce its budget deficit. As a result, the Brazilian Real fell sharply against the dollar and reduced the number of Brazilians travelling abroad. However, weaker currency means an benefit for inbound tourism and exports from […]
Carrie Lennard
November 15, 2014
In my recent piece, China’s EV Push Could Reap Rewards in Europe, I alluded to the “growing campaign in China to promote electric vehicles.” I thought I’d elaborate on the numerous government initiatives in effect and also on consumer attitudes, ultimately explaining why China is on track to become the largest EV market in the world, […]
October 13, 2014
Brazil entered technical recession in the second quarter of this year but with Aécio Neves, seen as the more business-friendly of the candidates, coming an unexpected second in the first round of Brazil’s presidential election; hopes are high that the country can regain its mojo if he builds on his success into the second round. […]
March 3, 2014
Looking at the world’s 25 largest emerging markets, ranked by GDP in PPP terms, the five fastest-growing include some usual suspects (China and India) but also some more surprising entrants – particularly Nigeria and Bangladesh. 2014 should see relatively strong growth for these five economies – albeit in some cases weaker growth than in recent […]
March 2, 2014
A country’s business tax rates and the length of time it takes to pay taxes are key factors for companies when deciding which markets to invest in. If tax rates are too high, this can cream off any potential profits the company might have made, while complex procedures for tax payments can add further costs […]
January 21, 2014
As the global elite from political, business and academic arenas gathers for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos the world faces many challenges in 2014 and beyond. The theme of this year’s meeting is “The Reshaping of the World: Consequences for Society, Politics and Business” in an effort to move away from the […]

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