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The China position: Gauging institutional investor confidence

 

Data Snapshot: Scaling up businesses in sub-Saharan Africa: Technology and infrastructure enablers

Data Snapshot: Scaling up businesses in sub-Saharan Africa: Policy enablers

China icebergs: Forces that could reshape the world

 is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Pine

Japan: 2030


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* the opportunities and challenges presented by Japan's ageing population
* how Japan's businesses are developing creativity as a management capability
* Japan's role in the new geopolitical reality in Asia

Promise and perils: Scaling up businesses in sub-Saharan Africa

Promise and perils: Scaling up businesses in Africa is an Economist Intelligence Unit report, sponsored by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The report examines the factors enabling businesses in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) to scale up. We consider the policy environment, state of technology and infrastructure, and financing options that allow businesses to access markets in other countries on the continent and beyond. In addition, it explores the role of foreign investors in facilitating business expansion, focusing on those based in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries.

Informed consent is needed in Pakistan’s marriage contracts

Under current laws in Pakistan, forced or underage marriage is illegal. But, in practice, most brides aren’t told about the content of the contract they are signing. Consent without this knowledge isn’t full consent. In this blog, three researchers outline how they have assessed progress towards informed consent for marriage, education, regulation and further ramifications.

Post-Conflict Trade: Case studies and lessons for Ethiopia and Eritrea

Introduction

The peace treaty between Ethiopia and Eritrea, signed in July 2018, brought to an end a war that had been ongoing but intermittent for more than 20 years and that cost more than 100,000 lives, displaced more than a million people, and diverted resources and attention away from the task of lifting large swathes of people in both countries out of poverty. It is the most recent of the world’s conflicts to arrive at peace, but as history has shown, a treaty alone is no guarantee that peace will hold.

Priorities of progress: understanding citizens' voices

Commissioned by Nitto Denko, The Economist Intelligence Unit produced a global study Priorities of progress: understanding citizens’ voices, that sheds light on citizens’ priorities among issues that range from healthcare, education, social protection, public safety, R&D, to the environment and transport infrastructure. The report builds insights from a 50-country citizen survey and interviews with a panel of experts and measures survey responses against publicly available spending data of governments.

Chỉ số Thương mại Bền vững Hinrich Foundation

Chỉ số Thương mại Bền vững - Hinrich Foundation 2018 là một chỉ số được xây dựng bởi Economist Intelligence Unit và là một nghiên cứu quy chuẩn được ủy thác bởi Hinrich Foundation. Đây là ấn bản thứ hai của nghiên cứu, được xuất bản lần đầu năm 2016. Đây là ấn bản thứ hai của nghiên cứu, chỉ số đầu tiên được xuất bản vào năm 2016. Báo cáo trình bày các kết quả chính của chỉ số và mô hình kèm theo.

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