The complexities of overseas expansions are often overlooked in the bid to tap into new growth markets. Michal Kaczmarski looks at what it takes to crack foreign markets.
Latest Global articles
In recent years, co-working environments have gained huge popularity among start-ups. Michal Kaczmarski asks whether shared office spaces can also become a viable alternative for foreign companies entering new markets.
Latest Middle East & Africa articles
Fiscal reforms aimed at accelerating economic development in Egypt are paying off, with investment returning to the country, along with a stable credit outlook.
Foreign companies are renewing relations with Iran in anticipation of an agreement over its uranium enrichment programme. Will the lifting of sanctions allow the country to finally meet its potential as an investment destination?
Latest Asia-Pacific articles
India’s new business-friendly government is looking to tackle the country's infrastructure problems as part of its plans to boost economic growth. But will the planned spending be enough to support its expanding manufacturing and service industries, or will outside funding be needed?
Fashion brand Uniqlo, part of Fast Retailing, the world's fourth largest retail holding company, has expanded rapidly in recent decades, both at home and abroad. It is a success story – with highs as well as lows – that CEO Tadashi Yanai is urging the Japanese government to learn from.
Latest Europe articles
While the cities of eastern Poland appear to be well located – offering access to Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania as well as links to Warsaw – the reality for many of them is one of infrastructural shortfall, as Courtney Fingar discovers.
A positive rating and impressive rankings for tackling corruption and ease of doing business are getting Georgia noticed internationally. And while the country’s challenges are many, new agreements on trade could provide a further FDI boost.
Latest Americas articles
The relaxing of travel and commercial restrictions between Cuba and the US announced in 2014 has already seen a glut of international companies visiting the island, enthused by the potential of the country. But is the 'new' Cuba all it appears to be? Michael Deibert investigates.
New Mexico governor Susana Martinez has been sharpening the state’s competitive edge, pushing through legislative changes to make its investment environment more attractive.
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