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Tax in Argentina: GNP Group on reducing fiscal pressure

Argentina has the highest tax pressure in Latin America – but the complexity of the system provides opportunities for savings

Argentina has the highest tax pressure in Latin America – but the complexity of the system provides opportunities for savings

The tax burden in Latin American countries has been on the rise since 2002. In Argentina, that marks the end of the country's great depression, when a focus on improving tax collection helped the government spend its way back to growth. Nearly 15 years la...

Latin America: the final frontier for forex and CFDs

Continental FX CEO Miguel Aliaga discusses the huge potential for online forex brokers in Latin America

Continental FX CEO Miguel Aliaga discusses the huge potential for online forex brokers in Latin America

The forex market is a favourite among experienced and new traders alike; and offers attractive returns when managed correctly. Miguel Aliaga, CEO of Continental FX, explains how the industry is growing day by day, and how brokers are lobbying Chile's regu...

Don’t treat Turkey as any other emerging market – Zurich Turkey

Yılmaz Yıldız, CEO of Zurich Turkey, explains why Turkey stands out from the emerging market crowd

Yılmaz Yıldız, CEO of Zurich Turkey, explains why Turkey stands out from the emerging market crowd

This year is seeing emerging high-growth economies such as Turkey struggling with a number of issues: comparatively lower economic growth, high inflation, depreciating currencies, and uncertain geopolitics. But there are certain sectors bucking the trend....

Mozambique’s infrastructure revival to fuel investment surge – Lopes

Through infrastructure developments and natural resources, Mozambique is poised on the edge of a golden age of investment

Through infrastructure developments and natural resources, Mozambique is poised on the edge of a golden age of investment

World Finance speaks to Fernanda Lopes, managing partner at Fernanda Lopes and Associates, on Mozambique’s staggering economic revival, and the investment opportunities that exist for those prepared for its challenges. World Finance: Mozambique...

Greece needs stability; Brexit would ruin that – Attica Wealth Management

Greece has green shoots on the horizon, but its economy is still fragile, sas Theodore Krintas and Stelios Stylianidis of Attica Wealth Management

Greece has green shoots on the horizon, but its economy is still fragile, sas Theodore Krintas and Stelios Stylianidis of Attica Wealth Management

The global economy got off to a subdued start in 2016, with investment sentiment in Europe reacting demurely to the uncertain climate. Theodore Krintas and Stelios Stylianidis of Attica Wealth Management talk about Greece’s green shoots, the disruption ...

Police and banks must tackle terrorist financing

Terrorist financing is a major issue banks need to tackle, as they can often inadvertently be involved

Terrorist financing is a major issue banks need to tackle, as they can often inadvertently be involved

World Finance spoke with David Schwartz, from FIBA, on the difficulties controlling terrorist financing through traditional money-laundering laws. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

What the ZTE Iran case tells us about China’s approach to trade

As the ZTE Corp case is ongoing, the US has banned manufacturers from supplying anything to the Chinese company

As the ZTE Corp case is ongoing, the US has banned manufacturers from supplying anything to the Chinese company

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on what the ZTE Corp case can tell us about the way many Chinese companies approach international trade. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

What if cash expired? Oliver Davies revolutionises our monetary system

The author of One Month Money explains how one big idea could fix even bigger problems

The author of One Month Money explains how one big idea could fix even bigger problems

With all the talk of late about negative interest rates and helicopter money, it seems the war on cash is just getting started. Central bankers are increasingly being asked to drive levels of spending – but this is an impossible task, says Oliver Davies...

Jordan’s banks are a haven of stability in the Middle East

The banking sector in Jordan is one of the drivers behind the country’s developing economy, but comes with its challenges. World Finance spoke to Musa …

The banking sector in Jordan is one of the drivers behind the country's developing economy, but comes with its challenges. World Finance spoke to Musa Shihadeh, CEO and GM of Jordan Islamic Bank. He talks about the growth of Jordan's banking sector, the c...

Could Trump take the US back to the Great Depression?

Donald Trump has been quite vocal about trade with China. What effect would his leadership have on US-China relations should he make the White House?

Donald Trump has been quite vocal about trade with China. What effect would his leadership have on US-China relations should he make the White House?

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on why trade policy is so important in this US election in particular. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

The US-China trade war explained

Relations between China and the US have been steadying over the decades, but different ideologies on trade and commerce are still an obstacle

Relations between China and the US have been steadying over the decades, but different ideologies on trade and commerce are still an obstacle

World Finance spoke with Bill Perry, a US-China trade litigation expert, on the latest sticking points between the two countries. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Anti-money laundering compliance

The finance industry has undergone a regulatory and compliance overhaul. Stricter requirements are being imposed to combat potentially illegal activity, but these are creating barriers to business

The finance industry has undergone a regulatory and compliance overhaul. Stricter requirements are being imposed to combat potentially illegal activity, but these are creating barriers to business

World Finance spoke with David Schwartz, from FIBA, on how anti-money laundering compliance and the Bank Secrecy Act requirements have impacted on the financial industry. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Is the fed set to raise rates again?

March 15/16 will hold a meeting of the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee

March 15/16 will hold a meeting of the policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee

World Finance spoke with Joseph Gagnon, from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, on whether the US will be seeing rates rise again sooner rather than later. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

Middle East paves the way for a diverse real estate market

Ahmad Kasem of United Real Estate Company says Middle Eastern governments have pushed to remove all barriers to overseas real estate investors

Ahmad Kasem of United Real Estate Company says Middle Eastern governments have pushed to remove all barriers to overseas real estate investors

Real estate, although it comes with its challenges, is a sizzling market practically worldwide and the Middle East is no exception. United Real Estate Company CEO Ahmad Kasem discusses the Middle East's diversification in the wake of declining oil prices,...

Global slowdown – are markets overreacting?

The economic outlook for 2016 has been mostly doom and gloom if you listen to media commentary

The economic outlook for 2016 has been mostly doom and gloom if you listen to media commentary

World Finance spoke with Joseph Gagnon, from the Peterson Institute for International Economics, on the globe’s trouble spots and growth areas. Come back later for a full transcript of this video....

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