The sultanate fast-tracks efforts to diversify its economy as dwindling oil prices put pressure on national budget.
Leaving its brutal past behind, the African nation aims to rebuild its international reputation and attract investors.
The former Soviet state has been in the international press amid claims that the Tsarnaev brothers lived there.
Analysts are asking whether the Arab Spring’s place of birth can weather an economic storm amid a crisis of governance.
The nation’s business allure has suffered irreparable damage amid a spate of expropriation cases that left a bitter taste in investors’ mouth.
Discover where African nations stand in the United Nation’s latest HDI list and how they fare compared with other countries worldwide.
Intelligence director gives an overview of the global issues that have landed on the US government’s list of priorities.
Industry observers have been urging the former Soviet state to make ‘decisive changes’ to its economic policy before it finds itself in the red.
A remnant of the Arab Spring, Syria’s civil unrest continues to plunge nearby nations into the abyss, experts have warned.
Ashok Vaswani, CEO of Barclays Retail and Finance banking, talks to CNBC about the current state of youth unemployment in Europe, which is currently considerably high in countries such as Spain, Greece and Italy. He argues that companies like Barclays are providing a bridge between for people just about to graduate and the path towards their working life. It’s about trying to create a platform on what is a growing problem in society. |