Recognizing the huge untapped potential in their economic cooperation, Russia and Africa have taken steady efforts in raising the level of trade and business promotion over the past few years. Russia is now aiming to increase trade with Africa than before.

The last time a country decided to dump the dollar in the oil business, the US destroyed it. Now India, the world’s third largest economy, and Iran have agreed to settle their outstanding oil dues in rupees. What’s more, the two countries may conduct all future trade in their national currencies.

Why U. S. Federal Reserve increase interest rates? How does the Fed efficiently use financial information? Which effect does it make in the City of London?

Firstly, it is important to introduce the basic definitions and features of the creative economy approach. There is no consensus in literature around the definition of creative economies and creative industries.

The deliberate deception at Volkswagen along with other events such as the insider trading at ImClone Systems and rogue trading at Bearings Bank all demonstrate that employees will break the law in the course of their employment.

African leaders, export trade organizations and corporate businesses have an extraordinary opportunity to design a well-timed strategy to take advantage of the growing market and to boost trade as a way to reverse considerably trade imbalance that has existed from Soviet days between Russia and Africa, both foreign and local experts have suggested.

The newly created Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) has shortly got the momentum as an economic hub for the countries of the region. The EEU includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia as its members, whereas; the Organization is a continuation of contemplation for establishing the integration projects by the Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Russia since 2007.

In an oligopoly the way in which firms compete is uncertain. Despite there has been a deep researching in this field of the literature it keeps being complex to analyse it.

US sanctions throughout history have not always had the best success rate and the current sanctions against Russia may backfire on the United States, causing more harm to global US interests than benefit.

How many centers, panels and groups are basically only big world corporation, with misleading names, heading towards bigger earnings and capital? I realized while reading the book of Susan George Democracy in Danger: The Rise of Illegitimate Authority that too few people are aware of the influence that international corporations have on our daily life.

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