14 November 2013, Johannesburg: Foreign direct investment (FDI) into sub-Saharan Africa has grown at a compound rate of 22.3% between [...]
EY GPS hosted a full day event for sixty senior delegates from 13 African nations in Washington last week to address three of their most important priorities – job creation, infrastructure, and tax policy.
A weak outlook for domestic demand in rapid-growth markets (RGMs), and subsequent weaker trade flows are expected to drive their GDP growth down next year according to EY’s quarterly Rapid-growth markets forecast (RGMF) out today.
EY has partnered with the China Europe International Business School to set up a research center for emerging market studies.
EY has partnered with the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to set up an institute for emerging market studies.
Perception gap remains between those already present and those yet to invest LONDON, 18 JULY 2013: Kazakhstan’s stable macroeconomic, social [...]
London, 11 July 2013: A weak recovery in trade and investment across rapid-growth markets will keep the outlook in 2013 [...]
Project numbers remain steady – US and Western Europe remain top investors Number of jobs created by foreign direct investment [...]
Islamic banking assets in the GCC grew by 14% in 2012, conventional banking assets grew by only 8.1% Demand for [...]
LONDON AND ISTANBUL, 8 MAY 2013: Foreign investors can see the long-term growth potential Turkey can offer according to Ernst [...]
Global share of FDI up but project numbers down in 2012 African GDP expected to be 4% in 2013 and [...]
Over the next two decades, middle class expected to expand by another three billion Chinese middle class expected to reach [...]