20. 02. 2015

The Philippines: Darkness Beneath the Light

While the Philippines continues to enjoy one of the highest GDP rates in Asia, there are concerns that it can sustain growth and spread the benefits of development to a majority of its...

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20. 12. 2014

A Multinational’s View of the World

Being a company that is so large that it has offices in multiple countries has great benefits as we saw with the Tim Hortons / Burger King acquisition. Beneficial laws in one nation...

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30. 09. 2014

Vietnam Overview

Vietnam is a country of about 90 million people situated in Southeast Asia. In recent history, the country was colonized by the French, but the act of expelling their rule in 1954 caused...

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26. 07. 2014

Debt and the Consumer

Most western countries are in the situation where the bulk of their manufacturing has gone overseas where labour is cheaper and products can be produced at a lower price. Compound this with the...

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03. 12. 2013

Australian Home Prices Rise at a Lower Rate

The price of the average home in Australia rose only slightly in November (+0.1%) over the previous month. Year over year, prices have performed very well with an average of an 8% increase across...

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10. 11. 2013

Leading World Cities of The Future

Investors always need to stay ahead of trends. To get the most out of your investments, it is best to be already in position as new developments come to influence the subject area...

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27. 10. 2013

German Real Estate Attracts Investors Despite Concerns

While most of Europe has been suffering from economic problems and a harsh real estate investment climate, Germany has been economically sound, and its real estate market is booming. So much so that...

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20. 10. 2013

Foreigners Replace Locals in Paris, France Mansions

In the past year, the hard hit Paris real estate market has lost approximately 10% of its value. This average masks the sharper decline of up to 18% in the city’s more affluent areas. Locals...

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30. 09. 2013

Rising Sea Levels Threaten Cities and Nations

Climate change effects the strength of the seasons. Here in Toronto, we didn’t have much of a summer, and climate change is being blamed for that and is being blamed for the unusually harsh...

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21. 09. 2013

Peru: the Great Unknown and the Great Growth

Peru is a South American country with a population of around 30 million people. The inhabitants are pretty diverse, they include Amerindians, Europeans, Africans as well as Asians. The nation is mostly engaged...

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