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Germany has simply caught the ‘flu’, but will recover, says expert

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist of Berenberg Bank, to discuss whether Germany’s economy is on a downward spiral

Germany has long been considered the backbone of Europe, and carries many of its neighbouring countries' shaky economies. But with the second quarter of this year seeing a decline in GDP and manufacturing orders dropping, Germany's economy is showing clea...

China concerned of ‘Scotland situation’ with Hong Kong

World Finance speaks to Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, to discuss what the impact Beijing’s involvement in the choice of Hong Kong’s next leader will be

‘Hong Kong is not ready for democracy’ reads the party line of China. But tens of thousands of people on the streets of the city disagree. Beijing’s announcement in September that candidates for Hong Kong’s next leader must be vetted by the Commun...

Farazad Investments on the role of structured finance in boosting the global economy

World Finance speaks to Korosh Farazad, Founder and CEO of Farazad Investments, about the role structured finance plays in the global economy

Farazad Investments provides global access to capital and assistance in obtaining loans for industrial and commercial projects. World Finance speaks to company founder and CEO, Korosh Farazad, to find out about how these activities promote the growth of t...

Don’t cry for d(efault) Argentina

World Finance speaks to Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of Jubilee USA, to discuss what the implications will be of Argentina deciding to repay its debt – or default – on July 30

US eases crude oil export ban, but denies changing policy

The Commerce Department has permitted two firms to export ultra-light oil, although the White House insists this does not signal a change in policy

Argentina may default on outstanding debt

The US Supreme Court has dolled out a severe blow to the Argentinian economy after ruling that the country has to pay more than $15bn in debt to holdouts

China concerned of ‘Scotland situation’ with Hong Kong

World Finance speaks to Kerry Brown, Director of the China Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, to discuss what the impact Beijing’s involvement in the choice of Hong Kong’s next leader will be

Japan wage growth highest since 1997

Japan’s labour cash earnings rose 2.6 percent in July, owing predominantly to a lively bonus season

Japan’s growth slows down, falling short of July expectations

After a gloomy second quarter, the turnaround so many expected has failed to materialise

Germany has simply caught the ‘flu’, but will recover, says expert

World Finance speaks to Holger Schmieding, Chief Economist of Berenberg Bank, to discuss whether Germany’s economy is on a downward spiral

‘We are growing in excess of the sector’s growth rate': Turkiye Finans on exceeding industry expectations

World Finance speaks to Derya Gürerk, CEO of Turkiye Finans, to find out about the bank’s strong performance in spite of tough economic times

Banca CIS on San Marino’s economic potential

World Finance speaks to Professor Massimo Merlino and Daniele Guidi from Banca CIS to discuss San Marino’s economic potential

Tamer Group on Saudi Arabia’s healthcare market

World finance speaks to Mohammed Tamer, Managing Partner of Tamer Group, to discuss how Saudi Arabia’s healthcare market has evolved

With further investment, Ghana could become global powerhouse, says GIPC

Ghana has emerged as a beacon of prosperity and stability in Sub-Saharan Africa, thanks to its rich natural resources. But there is still a long way to go in terms of attracting foreign investment

Dunn Loren Merrifield: Nigeria’s housing problem presents opportunities

As Nigeria’s population grows, the country continues to experience a high degree of urbanisation, which is not commensurate to the level of investment in housing, say specialists at Dunn Loren Merrifield