Plans to lessen the kingdom state’s reliance on oil exports could prove too great a challenge for the government, suggests Fitch Ratings.
Europe’s biggest economic power has weathered the post-financial crisis years better than most of its rivals, but faces further testing times.
The border adjustment tax (BAT), a proposal first advocated last June by Republicans in the House of Representatives as a central plank of proposed US tax reforms, has gained impetus over the first weeks of the Trump administration.
In this interview with GTNews, Peter Crawley, Citi’s country officer for South Africa reports on the region’s challenges, opportunities and how fintech is proving a catalyst for change.
News that prime minister Theresa May has set March 29 as the date for commencing the formal process of the UK exiting the European Union (EU) has triggered a warning.
Today marks the closing day of the European Commission’s public consultation on the capital markets union (CMU) mid-term review.
China’s government expects trade with countries within the initiative to grow from the current figure of US$1 trillion to US$2.5 trillion within five years.
Global insurance M&A deals were at a three-year low in 2016, with 12 of the top 20 biggest deals involving Asian acquirers.
This year’s Global Business and Spending Outlook from American Express finds North American executives are by far the most upbeat on growth prospects.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission’s head of policy highlights the appeal of trade finance to institutional investors and explains how to make trade finance more accessible.