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What it Takes for Chinese Companies to Succeed Abroad

November 28, 2017

By David De Cremer International expansion is one of the keys to a firm’s success and stability. In this article, the author outlines how Chinese companies

Emerging Trends

Runaway Train Towards Full Digitisation of Money and Labour

January 2, 2018

By Peter Koenig   The other day I was in a shopping mall looking for an ATM to get some cash. There was no ATM. A week ago, there was still a branch

China

China’s One Belt, One Road Initiative Promotes China Over US

January 5, 2018

By Sara Hsu China’s One Belt One Road initiative is vast and promises to greatly expand China’s soft power in Asia, Europe, and Africa by creating

On Donald Trump

Telesur: The Real Causes of Deficits and the US Debt

December 9, 2017

By Jack Rasmus   With the Senate and House all but assured to pass the US$4.5 trillion in tax cuts for businesses, investors, and the wealthiest 1 percent



Banking Innovation

Lessons from a Bank-Free Investment: Peer to Peer Lending, Risks, and Returns

November 7, 2017

By Nicholas Read and Anthony Mahler Bonus time is approaching for many executives. So what’s the best way to put that money to work for you? The options are

Personal Finance

Runaway Train Towards Full Digitisation of Money and Labour

January 2, 2018

By Peter Koenig   The other day I was in a shopping mall looking for an ATM to get some cash. There was no ATM. A week ago, there was still a branch

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World Politics

Jerusalem – The Straw that Breaks the Empire’s Back?

December 19, 2017

By Peter Koenig   When President Trump on 6 December 2017 declared unilaterally Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to where the US Embassy shall relocate,

Governance & Regulation

Telesur: The Real Causes of Deficits and the US Debt

December 9, 2017

By Jack Rasmus   With the Senate and House all but assured to pass the US$4.5 trillion in tax cuts for businesses, investors, and the wealthiest 1 percent

Environement

Nuclear Power and Public Fear in the Era of Climate Change

November 25, 2017

By Scott Montgomery To discuss nuclear power requires discussion of public anxiety, particularly fear of radiation. Such fear exaggerates levels of actual risk

On Brexit

Brexit – How the British People were Hacked

November 28, 2017

By Graham Vanbergen In today’s context, social engineering has now moved on – dramatically. It refers to the manipulation of people into performing

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