15 West African countries have agreed to adopt a shared currency, the 'ECO', as of 2020.
We need a new approach to world governance that addresses global technology problems, argues Yaroslav Lissovolik, of the Valdai Discussion Club
Long-term challenges such as the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and delivering the Paris Climate Agreement should not be overlooked in efforts to achieve short-term objecti...
At the root of growing discontent in the West lies a clear problem: the international capitalist model has stopped functioning as it should, argues Jim O’Neill of Chatham House
Great roads and airports are among the factors that have propelled Singapore to the top spot in the latest Global Competitiveness Report – let’s look at some others.
Research conducted by the McKinsey Global Institute shows the extent to which the global center of gravity is shifting towards Asia.
Singapore tops the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index. Here’s the top 10.
Greener, more inclusive economies are within our reach, we just need visionary leadership to guide us. Read key findings from the Global Competitiveness Report 2019
These are five key talking points from the World Economic Forum's India Economic Summit 2019.
People working abroad sent more money home to low- and middle-income countries in 2018 than ever before, and the biggest individual chunk went to India: a total of $79 billion, equal to n...
To explore Russia's strategy of developing closer ties with countries to its east, the World Economic Forum spoke to Yaroslav Lisovolik, Programme Director at the Valdai Discussion Club
With the global economy in flux, which countries contribute the most to the world's $86 trillion GDP?
A hard-won free-trade deal and a massive youth population - will these factors make this 'Africa's century'? And what about gender-based violence and the gig economy. Key moments from the...
Sharp cost-cutting may not be enough to for companies to escape damage – it's about knowing where to cut costs
Jyske Bank, Denmark's third-largest bank, said this week that customers would now be able to take out a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage with an interest rate of -0.5%.