Vast tracts of land; liberalised, business-friendly regulatory regimes; major markets and a previously non-existent spending capacity – these are just a few of the f
May 19, 2015
According to the International Energy Agency, global energy demand will grow by a third by 2035, requiring more than US$48 trillion in investment.
Sukuk exist to replicate the commercial effect of bonds whilst adhering to Islamic principles which prohibit the charging or payment of interest and the trading of d
Reforming trade law and policy is high on the agenda for states in Sub-Saharan Africa as they seek to secure long term and sustainable benefits from the extraction a
It will come as no surprise that a discussion on infrastructure in Africa highlights the limited access to infrastructure across the continent.
Tax avoidance, however legitimate its mechanism, has become the new focus for public opprobrium in parts of the world.
On May 2, 2015, the Australian government announced a series of changes to the foreign investment framework.
China recently announced a new five year road-map for reform of its healthcare sector.
May 15, 2015
Over the past year, China’s asset management market has been very active. A number of new policies and guidelines have been issued, or are under discussion, aiming
May 06, 2015
Antitrust and IP in East Asia; SAIC adopts rules on intellectual property and competition law
May 04, 2015
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