Tunisia’s president has come to Brussels to meet EU officials, as he seeks to boost security and shore up the country’s fragile economy – six years after the Arab Spring…
International investors have turned out in force for the Tunisia 2020 conference.
Patrizio Bianchi, Regional Minister for Coordination of the European Policies for Growth, Education, Vocational training, University, Research and Employment, Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy talks about
Saudi Arabia and Japan's SoftBank are to team up to launch a huge technology investment fund to back cutting edge innovations.
Nearly all of the money spent so far through the European Commission's Investment Plan for Europe has gone to the region's 15 richest countries.
Find out why Poland is quickly becoming a hub for international investment
Business Line has a special report on startups - those highly innovative, game changing, non-traditional businesses - with advice on how to turn an idea into a multi-billion euro company.
Business investment in Britain fell in annual terms between January and March amid uncertainty around the vote on whether the UK stays in the European Union.
The Chinese ride-hailing service Didi Kuaidi is reportedly close to raising $2 billion (1.75 billion euros) as it bulks up its war chest to fend off competition from Uber.
Morocco’s aeronautics and aviation industry is taking off, with more than 100 European and American companies attracted to the country – according to government…
Despite low oil prices Russian energy giant Rosneft says it is coping and has pledged to invest more to ensure it can honour its long-term supply deals.
In this Japan Special, Focus show host Serge Rombi examined how and why the world’s third largest economy continues to attract investors and
“Iran is open for investment” that was the message the country’s President Hassan Rouhani brought with him as he met a warm welcome in Paris from
‘Tis the season for reflection, so Real Economy host Maithreyi Seetharaman has returned to Brussels to sit down with European Commission Vice
Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President, European Commission Yeah, I am confident that we will manage to finance projects in worth 315 billion in 2 and a
Jyrki Katainen, Vice-President, European Commission Well, I think, if – today or this year’s result is that there will be more or less 50 billion
Guntram Wolff, Director, Bruegel: The methodology that supposedly is applied is that it’s not political projects, it’s based on objective criteria
Rio Tinto, the world’s second-largest mining company, has cut its capital spending forecast for next year to $5 billion. Its previous estimate was
Volkswagen says it is to reduce capital spending to no more than 12 billion euros next year as it struggles with the enormous cost of its emissions
The world’s largest mobile operator, Britain’s Vodafone, has reported a better-than-expected increase in revenue growth in the second quarter. Its
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the price of oil is unlikely to return to $80 a barrel (74.83 euros) before the end of the decade. This is
In this episode of Real Economy, Maithreyi Seetharaman visits Strasbourg to look at how partnership and collaboration can breathe a new lease of life
The Japanese capital wants to become the world's top financial center and is working hard to attract more foreign investors and firms.
The revelation that millions of Volkswagen diesel cars had been polluting the air far more than had been claimed has helped send German investor
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal and his investment company have increased their stake in Twitter to more than five percent
In four years the financial markets have not hit seen such lows as they have done in third quarter of 2015. Successive declines hit global stocks
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