Articles / Rubric: Global

January 2013 | Global
The Insurance Market Becomes More Lively
The United States government will soon implement a new law regarding insurance for chronic patients. According to experts in America, this is a step towards creating a better health system. However, these steps are only the first on the road to recovery for the health c...

January 2013 | Global
The Canadian Bank is Exporting the Know-How of Banking
America’s neighbor, which the global arena barely notices, has recently been attracting a lot of attention to itself ever since exporting the head of its central bank to the world’s leading financial center. As it turns out, Canada has something more valuabl...

January 2013 | Global
Europe is Scared Again
According to an updated forecast from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the recovery of the global economy is at risk once again. The May prediction showed that the economic growth of 34 countries within the OECD has fallen to 1.4% from 2...

January 2013 | Global
The Palestinian Economy Wont Sustain Independence
The UN General Assembly has recognized Palestine as an observer state. A resolution was approved by 138 of the 193 UN member states, while 9 countries were opposed, 41 countries abstained, and the other countries did not vote.

December 2012 | Global
Europe Under Frankfurts Baton
The economic situation in the eurozone has forced the European Central Bank and the European Commission to take new measures to revive the economy. The initiatives most discussed include unlimited purchase of government bonds from countries in trouble, a single oversigh...

December 2012 | Global
Snafus in the Celestial Empire
There used to be a time when the rapid growth of China’s economy and profits gave Western businesses the illusion that the money would flow in rivers if they entered that market. In recent years, however, Chinese consumers have shown that  this is not such an...

December 2012 | Global
Danladi Bako: Nigeria is a country of underestimated potential
Nigeria is becoming increasingly popular with global investors. They are not only interested in the country’s rich deposits of mineral resources, but also in the government’s “openness” to new investors. Who is investing in what in Nigeria? Niger...

December 2012 | Global
Specialized Labor in Demand
Despite gloomy forecasts predicting a continued rise in unemployment, people qualified for specialized jobs may be able to find decent work in foreign, English-speaking countries without much difficulty. Recruitment agencies in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United...

December 2012 | Global
There wont be a Recession
Although investors are mainly worried about the European continent this year, many analysts feel that American stocks are already not as attractive as they were previously.

December 2012 | Global
Bolivar can carry on
January 10, 2013 marks the inauguration of Hugo Chávez. The leader of the Bolivarian Revolution is getting ready to rule for the next six years, and perhaps more, if sickness doesn’t prevent him.

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