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Which economy will be the new China?

China has defined the last few years – but with the country’s slowdown, or correction, this doesn’t look likely to stay. What will be the next big economy to dominate headlines?

World Finance spoke to Alec Ross, former Senior Advisor for Innovation to Hillary Clinton, about his predictions for 'the next China’. ...

China: the epicentre of market angst

Market ill around the world is being blamed on China. But is this justified?

World Finance spoke with Mike Ingram from BGC Partners about the situation in the world’s second largest economy, and the country’s end game. ...

Davos: same old, same old?

January marked the annual meeting of the world’s most powerful business elite in Davos for the World Economic Forum. We look at what changes will be made

World Finance spoke to Mike Ingram from BGC Partners on what has come out of the meeting and whether the gathering is worthwhile. ...

Blackberry is alive, but where does it go from here?

Blackberry – once the must have device in business, but now its almost become a dinosaur in the modern-touch screen landscape. How did this happen?

Could Trumpanomics make it to the White House?

Sensational comments from Donald Trump have led the headlines of late, but what’s going on behind the scenes in the run up to the US presidential election? And what is the knock on effect for the world’s leading economy?

Sliding oil prices and the war on terror: the impact on the US economy

How much is the war on terror, oil prices and shale impacting the US economy?

Which economy will be the new China?

China has defined the last few years – but with the country’s slowdown, or correction, this doesn’t look likely to stay. What will be the next big economy to dominate headlines?

China: the epicentre of market angst

Market ill around the world is being blamed on China. But is this justified?

KBZ Group: Don’t wait too long to invest in Myanmar’s growth

Western investors have been patiently observing Myanmar’s growth story – but wait too long and you’ll miss out, say KBZ’s Nyo Myint and Zaw Lin Aung

Davos: same old, same old?

January marked the annual meeting of the world’s most powerful business elite in Davos for the World Economic Forum. We look at what changes will be made

Will reforms get the EU back on form?

Since the financial crisis of 2008, the finance industry has undergone stringent reform and regulation. Has it worked?

Recovery and growth are all about productivity

Europe and the United States since the global financial crisis: How do they stand regarding the remaining gaps in employment and income?

How can emerging economies recover from the Dutch disease?

Low commodity prices are having quite the impact – Christine Lagarde even said that countries dependent on such Nigeria for example must now adapt to a “different phase” in the global economy

Emerging economies hold markets back in 2016

As if 2016 didn’t look gloomy enough for global markets, the World Bank has downgraded the year’s forecast for economic growth – thanks to widespread, ongoing slowdown across the world’s major emerging markets

Investors must approach Iran with caution, post sanctions

The Iranian Parliament has now approved the nuclear deal bill, and the US has given the go-ahead for conditional sanctions waivers