Now that diplomatic relations are out of the deep freeze, business and cultural ties between China and Australia are set for a major rebound.
Manufacturing firms exposed to increased Chinese competition employed fewer female production workers than men.
Just like how tax evasion brought down Al Capone, denying Russian ships protection and indemnity insurance could deliver a crushing economic blow to Vladimir Putin.
Africa should push for extension of AGOA rather than bilateral trade deals with the US.
Smuggling in Uganda’s West Nile region is seen as an act of defiance – a way to make ends meet in the face of perceived state neglect.
Africa must focus on building strong alliances with advanced economies to mitigate the steps being taken by the European Union and US.
Business managers rethinking supply chains should consider COVID effects, the African free trade area and green industrial growth.
Creating employment and fighting corruption are two of the subjects discussed in the wide ranging discussion.
America is seeking to reconnect with Africa through climate-smart solutions, health and digital technology.
Approximately 8,000 merchant vessels travel the St. Lawrence each year. Its ports have become the catalysts that link trade, development and industrial innovation.
Careful diplomacy rather than uncritical alliances will help steer a course through Australia’s foreign policy challenges.
Kenya’s ethnic-based politics often leads to electoral violence that hurts regional trade.
Harnessing the combined effect of trade and urbanisation could significantly boost the economies of African countries.
The global external shocks require a total rethink, repurpose and reform of the process of globalisation.
The start of the hajj is reigniting debates around its commercialization, but pilgrimages are also a time for seeking business opportunities, writes a scholar of Islam.
For years, New Zealand has tried to separate its economic dependency on China from its pro-Western strategic alliances. The new Indo-Pacific Economic Framework tests that balancing act even more.
Russia’s war has had an unexpected impact on global trade patterns, raising the price on goods but weakening currencies. What’s behind this unexpected blip?
The fear that borrowers’ strategic assets are at risk from Chinese banks continues to fail the test of evidence.
As long as industrial policies in Nigeria are introduced only as a crisis response, import restrictions will continue to be their focus.
Modelling suggests Australia would lose half of its export income and one fifth of its jobs if a new “bamboo curtain” cut the economies of China, Russia and like-minded nations off from the West.