Navigating the legal risk In a wide-ranging interview with World Commerce Review Hanno Tolhurst provides an overview of the ASW advantage World class aviation services The Cayman Maritime & Aviation Services Park will create the largest transportation services group in the region, the CAACI write Saxony’s green tech: ready for the future Saxony’s long tradition as an industrial centre has enabled the development of green technology expertise, the Saxony Economic Development Corporation write Sprouting new growth opportunities Bermuda is a natural launchpad for exciting and innovative emerging technology ventures, finds John Narraway Saxony. A great future built on past foundations A strong and highly efficient industry has evolved through smart ideas and intelligent solutions, the Saxony Economic Development Corporation write Italy on the move Stefano Loconte writes on Brexit’s threats and opportunities and how Italy has taken a frontline role in the reorganization of the international business landscape Bermuda at the leading edge of technology The America’s Cup has found a uniquely hospitable home in Bermuda and next year’s event promises to be an exciting race in a phenomenal location The top 6 UK industries for Foreign Direct Investment Savoy Stewart are confident the UK will remain a key market – just as it ever was Arlington, Texas: at the centre of it all Arlington is quickly becoming a hub for engineering, advanced manufacturing, technology and medical science industries, the Office of Economic Development writes The rhetoric and reality of the Trilateral and Bilateral Summits: cautious optimism The recent trilateral and bilateral meetings provides an insight into the region's future trade, security and political relations, Stephen Nagy finds Topeka: the right combination Topeka offers the right combination of resources and support while delivering it all with a can-do attitude, GO Topeka Economic Partnership write The South African Promotion of Investment Bill: a case of the tail wagging the dog Azwimpheleli Langalanga discusses the objectives of the PIB and how it fits into the whole FDI regulatory matrix In Bermuda technology enhances corporate citizenship Bermuda boasts an active corporate community which leverages its networks and which partners to help others on the Island, the Department of E-Commerce writes One court to rule them all? The EU's proposal for a world investment court Hussein Haeri writes about European Commission calls for the creation of a world investment court to resolve investor-State disputes Naturally energetic Combining a reputation for energy investment with a true love of nature, Elk River promises an excellent environment for both businesses and employees, writes Colleen Eddy Modifying China-South Africa trade South Africa is struggling to cobble together a coherent long-term trade strategy to deal with China, William Gumede writes
Cyprus’ airports PPP Alecos Michaelides examines the PPP, a template for the continuing development of the country’s infrastructure Explicating on the need for sub-national economic activism Tridivesh Singh Maini and Deepanshu Mohan say it is imperative for India to mature as a federation while displaying strong ‘cooperative federalism’
Building a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation. One TechAward at a time The Bermuda Department of E-Commerce writes about Bermuda’s month-long celebration of entrepreneurship and innovation Alive with opportunity Winnipeg boasts the lowest business costs of any city in Western Canada - and it’s also lower than every US city examined, says Economic Development Winnipeg Inc Fixing the broken region of the Caucasus Jos Boonstra and Laure Delcour evaluate EU policies in the South Caucasus, a broken region characterised by local tensions and conflicting influences of large regional actors Eastern Partnership at a crossroads Amanda Paul says the EaP in its current form has run its course, and there is now a broad recognition that there is a need for a more differentiated approach One-sided relationship between Africa and China is increasingly irking Africans William Gumede asks whether China will make its relationship with the continent more equitable Perspectives on tourism in the Black Sea area Tourism is more acceptable and preferable than any other industrial activity, as it is environmentally friendlier than most other industries, finds Zefi Dimadama Bermuda: the gold standard in international commerce The Bermuda Department of E-Commerce find that a sophisticated technical infrastructure and significant support to local and international companies, all within a robust regulatory framework, has made international business the island’s largest economic sector Bermuda, a world class international business centre Now is a perfect time to come to Bermuda which is continuing to build on its well-deserved reputation as a jurisdiction that caters superbly to the global marketplace, Ross Webber states Gozo - the island of opportunity The future looks bright for Gozo with a number of projects targeted at sustaining and enhancing economic progress, the Ministry for Gozo DTED write

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