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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

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Business Academic debates why North Korea’s authoritarian leadership is turning a blind eye to free market-inspired activity

North Korea’s turbulent won: economic secrets of the hermit kingdom

Academic debates why North Korea’s authoritarian leadership is turning a blind eye to free market-inspired activity

Business Economist argues Americans ‘screaming loudly’ will ignite similar discussions globally

Will the US wage protests spread internationally?

Economist argues Americans ‘screaming loudly’ will ignite similar discussions globally

Business There are about 50 million people of Chinese descent living outside the Middle Kingdom but now many are moving back to the homeland to take advantage of the country’s rising prosperity

Chinese go home: Returnee generation fuel growth

There are about 50 million people of Chinese descent living outside the Middle Kingdom but now many are moving back to the homeland to take advantage of the country’s rising prosperity

Business Educational targets must be achieved alongside waste management capacity improvements, says Khaled Al Huraimel

The challenge of reducing the UAE’s waste

Educational targets must be achieved alongside waste management capacity improvements, says Khaled Al Huraimel

Energy Market analyst offers a sobering reality check to investors ready to flood the Iranian marketplace

Spivack: Business exit strategy critical in post-nuclear deal Iran

Market analyst offers a sobering reality check to investors ready to flood the Iranian marketplace

Business A financial markets analyst argues greater transparency and the proven virility of the sector supersedes political chaos in the minds of African investors

Cheadle: Market stability, not armed conflicts, trumps African investor concerns

A financial markets analyst argues greater transparency and the proven virility of the sector supersedes political chaos in the minds of African investors

Business While FDI remains high throughout Africa, illiquidity pressures are making some exchanges less desirable listing entry points

Cheadle: Illiquidity greatest obstacle for African exchanges

While FDI remains high throughout Africa, illiquidity pressures are making some exchanges less desirable listing entry points

Energy The oil and gas industry is going through a period of uncertainty with oil prices falling about 50 percent, so could we be on the brink of a plethora of mega mergers?

Shell buys BG: The right kind of speculation?

The oil and gas industry is going through a period of uncertainty with oil prices falling about 50 percent, so could we be on the brink of a plethora of mega mergers?

Energy Market analyst says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could be among the most prominent emerging market banks to gain from an Iran nuclear deal

Spivack: Post-nuclear deal Iran poised to tap AIIB funding

Market analyst says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could be among the most prominent emerging market banks to gain from an Iran nuclear deal

Technology If you don't have a strategy for managing your data, you'll fall as far behind as companies who didn't have a strategy for the web, says SoftServe CTO Neil Fox

Big data, digital economies, and the rise of the CTO

If you don’t have a strategy for managing your data, you’ll fall as far behind as companies who didn’t have a strategy for the web, says SoftServe CTO Neil Fox

Business Former Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs official says the prime minister will have to address fundamental socioeconomic constraints before numerical female targets are met

Womenomics in Japan: ‘Abe’s targets may require additional government intervention’

Former Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs official says the prime minister will have to address fundamental socioeconomic constraints before numerical female targets are met

Business A former White House official argues the key to dramatic economic and political reforms in Nigeria lies in the all-powerful business community’s hands

Whiton: Nigerian oil executives key to post-election market stability

A former White House official argues the key to dramatic economic and political reforms in Nigeria lies in the all-powerful business community’s hands

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