Following last week’s announcement that the United States will re-open its embassy in Havana, Cuba later this month, I have received calls and e-mail messages from small and large business owners as to what opportunities exist for them in Cuba. … Continue reading
Economic growth in the emerging markets of Sub-Saharan Africa….leaves Africa poised for long-term investment in infrastructure, energy, agriculture, and services. Not only does this offer the prospect of continued economic growth in the world’s poorest region, it also creates tremendous … Continue reading
Shortly after Russia invaded the Crimea in an effort to regain control from the Ukraine, the United States and the EU put in place economic sanctions against Russia. However, a few months later, many of the same advanced economies that … Continue reading
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For the past three months, I have been enjoying my new position as the president and CEO of the Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT). (Learn more about GRIIT here) On Saturday, I held a successful seminar with a … Continue reading