In this month's Business Line programme, we look at the Global Business Forum on Africa. In its fifth edition, the two-day event explores the challenges and opportunities associated with doing business in Africa with many companies looking to the continent as the next big investment frontier.
In his new book “A Bit of Everything: Power, People, Profits and Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent”, Professor Stiglitz argues that capitalism needs to be transformed if it is to meet the challenge of creating a more equal society.
On the one hand the European economy is in its seventh consecutive year of growth and every EU country is set to grow. But on the other hand in some cases, like in Italy, this growth is 0.1%.
The recent Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Forum in Abuja, Nigeria brought together thousands of would-be entrepreneurs and potential investors.
According to the preliminary Eurostat data Eurozone GDP grew 0.2% quarter-on-quarter in the April-June period, down from 0.4% in the previous three months.
Despite a cash pledge to boost growth, the new prime minister's readiness for a no-deal Brexit is under fire in the pro-EU nation.
Becoming the seventh largest economy in Europe after over 20 years of solid growth, Poland’s remarkable growth engine is not receiving the attention it deserves.
Brussels Economic Forum 2019 looked at making the EU a global power, and Arancha González shared her thoughts with Euronews on how that could happen.
A war of words has erupted between Donald Trump and Mario Draghi over Europe's efforts to boost its economy. Who's right?
Whilst domestic factors are set to support the European economy, global uncertainties are weighing it down.
In this episode, Real Economy takes a look at what Europe is doing to boost investment in innovative industries such artificial intelligence and robotics in order to foster growth.
Latest data shows the German economy in good shape despite the prospect of more trade tariffs and Brexit
Hong Kong is a magnet for worldwide talent, where professional dreams come true
Confederation of British Industry lowers 2018 growth forecast citing Brexit and heavy snowfall
Some 131 participants from 23 countries are gathering in Turin, Italy for the 66th edition of the Bilderberg Meetings.
Last year the euro area and the EU both grew at the fastest pace in a decade
The economy increased at a solid 2.9 percent annual rate, a sharp upward revision that caps three straight quarters of healthy growth
Spotlight travelled to Poland to see what's turning it from a fledgling to a fully-developed economic power and here to fight with the top dogs
According to official figures the UK economy expanded by less than previously thought in the last three months of 2017
Eurozone economic growth is likely to slow slightly this year and next, from its fastest expansion in a decade last year. The UK is expected to decline much further though in the wake of Brexit
The economy in the euro area grew by 2.7 percent, more than the World Bank had expected. The ECB's stimulus measures are likely to continue leading to more growth in 2018
The European Central Bank raised growth and inflation forecasts for the euro area but stuck to its pledge to provide stimulus for as long as needed, predicting inflation would remain below target into 2020.
The global economy improved in 2017 and will reach an eight-year high next year according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. But needs private investment to sustain growth into 2019.
UK economy: Britain is on course for its longest fall in living standards since records began, with wages not returning to their pre-financial crisis levels until at least 2025
How is the Polish capital establishing itself as a hub in which to live and invest?
Japan has proved that population aging doesn’t need to rule out economic growth for countries that resist immigration, argues Daniel Gros