Inward Investment

A historic deal will see Iran limit nuclear activity in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. If the right precautions are taken, now could be an ideal time to invest in the country, writes Erfan Ghassempour

How should foreign investors approach Iran?

A historic deal will see Iran limit nuclear activity in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. If the right precautions are taken, now could be an ideal time to invest in the country, writes Erfan Ghassempour

Now that the nuclear deal has been reached, many foreign investors (FIs) are seriously considering tapping into Iran. Before the deal - which is yet to be finalised - many came to the country and negotiated with governmental authorities, especially with ...

Political will to push clarity in Africa

The nature of corruption has changed, says author Tom Burgis, as governments attempt to create more stable infrastructure

World Finance speaks with Tom Burgis author of The Looting Machine: Warlords, Oligarchs, Corporations, Smugglers, and the Theft of Africa’s Wealth on how has this changed recently. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Africa’s paradox of plenty

Africa’s great natural wealth has become its curse so says Tom Burgis author of The Looting Machine: Warlords, Oligarchs, Corporations, Smugglers, and the Theft of Africa’s Wealth

World finance spoke to the FT’s Investigations Correspondent to find out how Africa’s many natural commodities have become a burden Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Will TTIP see the end of protectionism?

TTIP promises freer trade between the EU and US, but has also come with controversy, as commentators raise their eyebrows

Moody’s cuts Puerto Rico’s rating further into junk

Moody’s demotes Puerto Rico’s credit rating further into junk status as the US Commonwealth struggles with rising debt and an ailing economy

Infonavit on reshaping Mexico’s mortgage market

Mexico is transforming its urban housing policy, and with the help of key names such as Infonavit and its CEO Alejandro Murat Hinojosa, the country is seeking to implement more sustainable solutions

Indonesia announces tax holidays for major industries in a desperate attempt to boost investment and reinvigorate the economy

Indonesia introduces tax holidays for foreign investors

Indonesia announces tax holidays for major industries in a desperate attempt to boost investment and reinvigorate the economy

Does India require greater stimulus?

World Finance speaks with Shaily Mittal, MNI Indicator Economist to find out what has caused growth to lag in India during the last few quarters

World trade volumes slump in 2015

This year has seen the sharpest contraction in world trade since 2009

Will TTIP see the end of protectionism?

TTIP promises freer trade between the EU and US, but has also come with controversy, as commentators raise their eyebrows

How has Russia sacrificed economic relevance?

For many in the West, Moscow’s actions in early 2014 with Crimea marked the end of illusions about cooperations and the return to goepolitical and ideological confrontation

Is manufacturing the centrepiece for EU economic revival?

Economists debate whether refocusing the continent’s economic strength on manufacturing can be accomplished with a greater centralisation of EU power

A historic deal will see Iran limit nuclear activity in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. If the right precautions are taken, now could be an ideal time to invest in the country, writes Erfan Ghassempour

How should foreign investors approach Iran?

A historic deal will see Iran limit nuclear activity in exchange for the lifting of economic sanctions. If the right precautions are taken, now could be an ideal time to invest in the country, writes Erfan Ghassempour

Political will to push clarity in Africa

The nature of corruption has changed, says author Tom Burgis, as governments attempt to create more stable infrastructure

Africa’s paradox of plenty

Africa’s great natural wealth has become its curse so says Tom Burgis author of The Looting Machine: Warlords, Oligarchs, Corporations, Smugglers, and the Theft of Africa’s Wealth