Foreign governments and multinationals have started investing heavily in India, thanks in part to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic reforms. We tell you why India is so appealing to some foreign investors, and why others are still reluctant to enter one of the world’s largest, fastest-growing markets.
On November 8, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi declared that two of his country’s most-used bank notes would be worthless starting in January. This post explains Modi’s justifications for the experiment and its wide-ranging consequences.
This week's Global Glance looks at a sweet M&A announcement: Krispy Kreme is to be acquired by a Luxemburg-based investment group. It could be a marriage made in culinary heaven.
This week's Global Glance looks at Africa’s amazing HeroRATS; why Djibouti is the most important African nation you’ve never heard of; and Africa’s 2016 economic outlook.
Welcome back to Global Glance.This week we look at: China’s massive state layoffs and zombie plants; Nigeria’s ghost workers; and Barclays’ Africa exit.
In this week's Global Glance, we look at the best and worst global vacation destinations, Lollapalooza in Colombia and Arab TV in Israel.