Caroline Kende-Robb writes on the World Economic Forum website (Friday 12 February 2016) that we should watch Africa in 2016. Many reasons to do so.
Oxfam’s has in a third year come out with well-timed press releases that cover its concern about the world’s increasing gap between the rich and the poor. These communication exercises are obviously aimed at the yearly meetings at the World Economic Forum of Davos. Is Global Inequality really growing ? Oxfam, a UK based charity […]
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1,000 points on Monday 24 August , and it has already erased most of its gains for the year, in reaction to China’s economic woes going through its own growing pains and economic fate. U.S. and European entrepreneurs having flocked to China attracted by its cheap manufacturing potential did help in China owning close to $4 trillion of the US’s debt, and turning into the world’s second-largest economy, responsible for roughly 15 percent of global exports. Effects of all this onto the MENA are proposed.
Sustainability standards impacting performance ? The Global Ethical Finance Forum (GEFF), a much-awaited gathering of the global responsible finance and investments industry, has formally announced that this coming September, it will convene and expect discussions on the recent trends within the Finance World. This article is about looking at all Environmental, Social and Governance vs […]