Reports

  • Industry leaders showcase Ireland’s dramatic economic and social growth throughout the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the country’s solid fiscal framework, open economy and focus on sustainable development of its key sectors.

  • Leaders in business education detail the bold steps they are taking to transform the learning process to meet today’s new values and vast technological advances that are rapidly reshaping industry, society and the way we function as individ

  • The continent’s premier business schools and universities reveal how they are reinventing management education to meet the substantially different needs that global students, executives, businesses and society as a whole will have in the po

  • Having established an extensive safe bubble for visitors, Jamaican tourism is already bouncing back

  • The luxury destination with a reputation for excellence stands out as a safe, dynamic, resilient and well- managed economy where citizens, residents, businesses, and investors can thrive

  • Iceland’s incredible natural assets make it a magnet for tourists, and although the pandemic has slowed visitor arrivals, its range of resources and valuable experience of previous economic crises mean it is coping better than larger nation

  • Mauritius’ diverse and forward-focused economy continues to advance, with the best place to do business in Africa becoming a regional reference point for innovation

  • After a successful conclusion to the Eurogroup’s second review of Greece’s current bailout program, coupled with a major economic transition and substantial regulatory reforms, the country is rapidly reinventing itself.

  • Beneath Austria’s awe-inspiring mountains lies one of Europe’s most dynamic, open, innovative and internationalized economies, as well as a capital city, Vienna, that ranks as the best place in the world to live, according to several indexe

  • The Maltese government’s focus on macroeconomic stability, diversity and innovation has put the islands at the global forefront of numerous traditional and emerging industries.

  • Aside from its pristine landscapes, efficient banks and unbeatable clocks, Switzerland has established itself as the world’s #1 innovative economy, topping the World Intellectual Property organization’s innovation index for eight consecutiv

  • The new administration of President Lourenço is setting the records straight and opening up a new era

  • Having regained stability and security, the Kurdistan Regional Governorate is now rebuilding its economy

  • Robust economic reforms coupled with a rapidly-growing population are a magnet for ambitious international investors seeking lucrative returns from openings in a welcoming, stable and attractive environment

  • Commercial relationships between the US and Mexico are at an all-time high, with development of the latter’s business climate attracting numerous investors

  • Moroccan players are now well placed to develop internationally, thanks to the unyielding commitment of His Majesty King Mohammed VI to the co-development of Africa

  • With inward investment increasing by 161% to $733 million in 2017, Bahrain continues to solidify its reputation as a strategic and business-friendly hub in the Middle East

  • The Kingdom’s rapid metamorphosis into a modern and competitive economy continues as 2018 will see the country opening up further to investments in many sectors

  • With its return to the international scene, 2016 stood out as a key year for Madagascar and 2017 is forecasted to be the country’s year for reconstruction

  • Despite lying at the epicenter of one of the most volatile regions in the world, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is achieving what many other nations strive to – stability

  • The success of the new Jamaican government’s reforms and innovative business initiatives are bringing increasing international recognition and investment opportunities

  • With its focus on innovation, tax-neutral Bermuda is still a world-class business center

  • Greece’s orthodox reforms and enormous sacrifices have paid off: the economy is back to growth, exports and investments are on the rise and the bailout program is now a thing of the past.