Inside UAE: Interview with AMCHAM ABU DHABI CHAIRMAN SHARIEF FAHMY

By Karim Palmieri |
22 August, 2017

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China's Answers To Uber Are Expanding Globally

By K.S. Anthony |
18 August, 2017

As the home market in China for ride-hailing apps plateaus and stabilizes, entrepreneurs are looking at the dashboard of global expansion for new opportunities. Just .

McDonalds To Open 500 Stores A Year For 5 Years In $2.1 Billion China Deal

By K.S. Anthony |
09 August, 2017

A plan by McDonald's to open 2000 new stores throughout mainland China by 2022 may just be the biggest mac attack of them all. According to The Street, the deal comes .

Here's Why Canada And Mexico Matter To Every American Industry

By K.S. Anthony |
27 July, 2017

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How Taco Bell Won Over The World's Most Vegetarian Country

By K.S. Anthony |
25 July, 2017

At first glance, it seems like an unlikely relationship: a country where roughly a third of its citizens are vegetarians courted by an American company selling .

Dogs Of War: 4 Markets To Watch In Aerospace And Defense 

By K.S. Anthony |
24 July, 2017

As defense spending decreases in the U.S. and elsewhere following force reductions in Iraq and Afghanistan, defense contractors – who have been largely reliant on .

5 Industries Showing Why The UAE Has The Middle East's Most Diverse Economy

By K.S. Anthony |
21 July, 2017

With Saudi Arabia making strides to diversify its economy as part of its Vision 2030 bid to become an "epicenter of trade and the gateway to the world," other .

What Can An American Café And Bagel Chain Teach You About Japan? Plenty.

By K.S. Anthony |
20 July, 2017

When Blue Bottle Coffee – a café chain started in Oakland, California – opened its first two stores in Tokyo in 2015, the consumer response was tremendous. Business .

An American Idea Is Quickly Becoming All The Rage In Europe And Beyond

By K.S. Anthony |
13 July, 2017

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7 German Words That Perfectly Describe The Joys And Sorrows Of Work

By K.S. Anthony |
11 July, 2017

Charlemagne once said that  “to have another language is to possess a second soul.” There are some feelings, some sentiments, some experiences, and some institutions .

3 Reasons Why Canada's Startup Scene Might Be The Next Big Thing

By K.S. Anthony |
10 July, 2017

Canada is home to some of the world's most successful startups. Among others, Canada can count KIK messaging, Slack, Shopify, Hootsuite, and Thalmic Labs – creator of .

There's A $178M Hangover Cure Market In Japan... And One American Wants To Take It Global

By K.S. Anthony |
07 July, 2017

The Japanese word for hangover – futsukayoi – gives some indication of just how much they drink. It translates as "two days drunk," but as the Japanese drinking blog .

Mexico Could Turn Its Back On Two Major American Exports: Here's How

By K.S. Anthony |
06 July, 2017

As President Donald J. Trump prepares to meet with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at the G20 Summit in Hamburg this week, it seems unlikely that the already .

In The Country That Drinks Nearly 25% Of The World's Beer, One Craft Beer Rises

By K.S. Anthony |
29 June, 2017

For over 13 years China has consumed nearly a quarter of the world's beer. In 2015, the Chinese consumed an estimated 43,266 kiloliters – over 11 million gallons – of .

Jeff Bezos And Indian Prime Minister Express High Hopes For Eastern Ecommerce

By K.S. Anthony |
26 June, 2017

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took to Twitter yesterday to express confidence in the company's growing relationship with India after a meeting with Indian Prime Minister .

Alibaba's Jack Ma Says Future Is Artificial Intelligence, Small Business... And World War III

By K.S. Anthony |
22 June, 2017

Alibaba founder and billionaire Jack Ma spoke with CNBC at the Gateway '17 Conference in Detroit and he had some interesting – and alarming – predictions for the next .

A New Start-Up Trend In Chinese Apps Is Raising Hundreds Of Millions: But For How Long?

By K.S. Anthony |
20 June, 2017

Over the last decade, the most popular mobile apps in China have been for messaging, web browsing, and video: a testament to practicality and connectedness. WeChat – .

What Dennis Rodman's Trip To North Korea Can Teach About Gift-Giving Etiquette

By K.S. Anthony |
19 June, 2017

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5 Lessons for Multinational Companies Entering India

By Samir Kumar |
05 August, 2016

India is one of the most promising yet one of the most vexing emerging markets for a multinational company today. For over a decade, multinationals have been talking .

10 Cultural Competencies for Doing Business in Taiwan

By Antony McGregor Dey |
08 July, 2016

With a strong and modern infrastructure, and a focus on attracting new investment, Taiwan is a promising foreign market for U.S. business expansion. Here are a few .

How TRIPS Protect Your IP Rights Internationally

By Antony McGregor Dey |
28 June, 2016

As more U.S. businesses and those from other countries seek expansion into foreign markets, intellectual property rights are a key concern. How do other countries .

Is Vietnam Good for U.S. Business?

By Antony McGregor Dey |
21 June, 2016

While the history of Vietnam can be traced back 4000 years, these days the country is looking pretty young and vibrant. With 60 percent of its 94 million citizens .

Modi Touts U.S.-India Business Partnerships

By Antony McGregor Dey |
09 June, 2016

In addressing the US-India Business Council and Congress in D.C. this week, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, touted his economic reforms designed to promote .

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