The heads of major global businesses are urging G20 governments to formally accept that companies should disclose climate-related financial risks.

Published in Green Planet

W
hile maintaining ethical standards in every profession is fundamental to its efficient functioning and ultimate success, I am writing this commentary with a deep sense of anguish and pain. Although developing on modern lines and infrastructure in terms of machinery and technology is imperative, however I regret to maintain that we have not achieved optimum levels of success and customer satisfaction still in our country.

Published in Economy

W
hile the economic performance of Latin America is expected to be better this year and next compared to 2016, uncertainties and risks could get in the way of the opportunities, leaders from government, finance and international organizations concluded in a session on the economic outlook for the region at the 2017 World Economic Forum on Latin America.

Published in Financial News

O
n a daily basis, with increasing frequency, the various and individual members and agents of the Deep State are being forced to emerge from the shadows, and reveal themselves, in order to desperately save their New World Order vision.

Published in Americas

Might Makes Right” “Molon Labe” (Come and take it)

On March 27, 2017 an article by a US attorney appeared in Modern Diplomacy titled “President Trump Needs to Either Cancel, Repudiate or Renegotiate the US Debt.” It ends with an exhortation to President Trump to get on and “make America Great Again.”

Published in New Social Compact

T
he current U.S. Debt hovers around 23 trillion dollars, and the overall debt is rumored to be around ten times that, and is expected to grow by another $10 trillion in the next 10 years.

Published in Economy

Exclusive conversation with prof. Alessandro Pansa, Finance Professor at LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome and former CEO of Finmeccanica Group (now Leonardo SpA) the ninth-largest defence contractor in the world.

Published in Economy

I
nternational political observers were shocked by Brexit and then Donald Trump‘s US Presidential victory. These two events are potent enough to unnerve the contemporary global order: first, in matters relating to security and, second as to trade. By the end of next March, Theresa May will likely invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty and the complex process of Britain’s divorce from the European Union (EU) begins.

Published in Market Insights
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