Carolina Arriagada Peters, managing director of consultancy Cities & Collaboration, discusses FDI aftercare, gender equality, sustainability and the UK's post-Brexit future.
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.
Nigeria's healthcare infrastructure is in desperate need of greater investment in order to ensure that not just the wealthy have access to adequate care.
If the government wants to realise even part of its Green Industrial Revolution it will need to attract significant FDI and support the creation of a local supply chain for emerging technologies.
Professor Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, discusses his new book, the impact of Covid-19 on the global economic system, and the rising role of ESG.
Partner content: The Red Sea Project prides itself on being the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism venture, instigating a science-led approach to luxury resort development. John Pagano, CEO of The Red Sea Development Company, discusses how this approach influences the investment partner mix; and tourism’s potential to elevate people, as well as place.
In spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, Africa's start-up agritech community enjoyed a stellar 2020, with project numbers and capital inflows on the rise.
As Covid-19 has hit the tourism industry hard, Caribbean countries are diversifying into agribusiness, renewables, BPO and more sustainable ways of travelling.
The UK government is to launch a new national infrastructure bank to crowd in investment for its levelling up and net-zero initiatives, but history shows success for the venture is not guaranteed.
Investment Monitor’s Mining Vulnerability Index shows that Mongolia is the country most at risk in a mining downturn, followed by Zambia and Australia.