Changes in fuel sources, transportation methods, and embracing eco-friendly urbanization have all been paramount in allowing one of the fastest growing countries to be eco friendly.
Tackling climate change and restoring faith in the global trade system both require swift action. There's an opportunity for both to be tackled together.
The UK's Brexit referendum of 2016 has given us three years of hearing all of the Eurosceptics debates and reasoning. Here are some important lessons.
We hear a lot about the impact of the trade war on goods – but what about its pervasive ramifications on different services sectors?
Tariff threats, hikes, and retaliations have become a major source of economic uncertainty and stock market volatility.
The world's economy is experiencing slow growth. One of the factors behind this is trade uncertainty, which the World Trade Uncertainty Index seeks to measure.
Africa is emerging as a nation that's empowering countries to come together to achieve goals set on a global level. By focusing on common interests, Africa's potential as a champion of m...
Amid fears of a currency war, the IMF outlines the implications of recent policy actions and proposals and offers alternative ways to address concerns over trade imbalances.
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...
The African Union has launched the operational phase of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), which will be the world's largest free trade area by number of countries once it’s...
Why should Africans care about the global economy? The short answer is if the world economy sneezes, the continent’s current cold could quickly escalate into a severe flu.
As African countries look to engage in international trade, poor-quality storage facilities are hampering their potential.
With AfCFTA coming into force next year, would-be pan-African success stories need to consider how to operate across such a diverse set of markets.
It remains difficult to forecast financial instability. But, progress is being made to improve the understanding of important links between the financial sector and the economy.
Women fulfil important domestic and labour-related roles across the countries who've signed up to the AfCTFA agreement. But only a fraction of their economic potential has been explored.