Heinz's announcement that it was to start making ketchup in the UK again was widely hailed, but the UK's post-Brexit food and drink manufacturing sector still faces stern challenges.
Sub-Saharan Africa took a powerful hit from the Covid-19 pandemic, but enormous opportunities are now there to be taken through its youthful population and the AfCFTA.
Companies are under growing pressure to accelerate digital transformation. As the scale and scope of projects intensifies, how are IT outsourcing strategies being impacted and what makes Costa Rica a prime location for forging nearshore ICT partnerships?
The EU’s ratification of the Brexit trade agreement is the latest move towards a potentially more positive relationship between the UK and Europe, writes Alan Farkas of Dorsey & Whitney.
The global shortage of shipping containers, primarily caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, has led to drastic inflation in shipping and container prices and increased delay times for companies.
Central and eastern European countries have an in-built resilience that is helping them adapt to the Covid-19 crisis and will see them recover more quickly, write Stanisław Pietrzak and Wiktor Shmeruk of CEC Group.
The world has responded slowly to China’s human rights abuses in Xinjiang, but at least they are receiving attention, unlike similar issues in less high-profile countries.
China continues to punish Australia for its tough-line against Beijing, with FDI flows plummeting. This move provides an ominous warning to other countries.