The UK government barely seems to let a week pass without talking up its global leadership in green energy, but the reality on the ground is somewhat different.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia are positioning state-backed companies to be global leaders in the energy transition away from hydrocarbons.
Saudi Arabia’s ambitious, but patchy, departure from oil dependence will simultaneously weaken and diversify its geopolitical toolkit.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had severe economic consequences worldwide with the air transport, hospitality and travel industries the most heavily impacted.
While accelerating their digital transformation, IPAs shouldn’t let go of more traditional methods when it comes to engaging investors in a post-Covid world, argues investment promotion specialist David Parker.
Carolina Arriagada Peters, managing director of consultancy Cities & Collaboration, discusses FDI aftercare, gender equality, sustainability and the UK's post-Brexit future.
Reports of forced labour in China's solar industry and DRC's cobalt mining sector have dogged the world of renewables. What work is being done to clean up the supply chain's act?
Harsher FDI screening regimes have been an emerging trend in recent years, and were accelerated by the Covid-19 outbreak, but will these rules last beyond the pandemic?
Christoph Leitl, the president of Eurochambres, discusses why the UK and the EU must now act in each others' best interests, how Europe's Green Deal should be implemented, and why SMEs are all important.