This week's Global Glance looks at how currency pegs work; why Nigeria abandoned the peg; and the success of the East African Community.
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.
In this week's Global Glance we look at how Uber’s growth and related conflicts are a sign of the times, Malaysia’s city of the future, and a US telecommunications firm investing in Tanzania.
This week look at a Thai hotel chain’s aggressive and intriguing global strategy; 2015 as the year of mergers and acquisitions; and year-in-pictures slideshows worth scrolling through.
For global enterprises, not long ago “doing business in Africa,” usually meant “doing business in South Africa.” Unless they were extracting natural resources like oil, or they were a non-profit NGO or research institution, organizations were rarely setting up shop outside of South Africa, the continent’s hub for international business. But Africa is a dynamic continent, and its business dynamics are changing.