US president Barack Obama's decision to become the first serving US president to visit Cuba in more than 80 years is further proof that the relationship between these two countries is changing.
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The US has particular strengths in the IT skills and knowledge that are revolutionising industry and advanced technologies.
Hong Kong has lost its pre-eminence as an Asian port to mainland competitors. Now its government has unveiled a range of measures to try to win back logistics and freight business from cities such as Shanghai and Dalian.
GE’s move to Boston has been prompted by a favourable tax regime, a highly skilled workforce and proximity to elite academic institutions.
The lifting of economic sanctions on Iran in January has opened the floodgates for potential investors to seek opportunities in the country.
The US is the most attractive market to Chinese investors, according to an index produced by economic research and analysis firm, the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Year on year growth in Latin America's logistics, distribution and transportation sector came to an end in 2015.
Growth in global tourism figures continued in 2015, according to the United Nations World Tourism Organization.
As part of its clampdown on tax avoidance, the European Commission has released its anti tax avoidance directive.
Property in cities such as Tokyo and Nagasaki are increasingly attractive to Chinese investors, who are lured by solid returns and Japan’s strong rule of law. However, political tensions are inhibiting the market's potential for growth.
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