VP Bank – an international bank with tradition and innovation

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    VP Bank Group is an internationally active private bank focused on rendering asset management services for financial intermediaries and private individuals. In addition, VP...

Guernsey Looks to Play its Part in Accelerating Green Finance on a Global Scale

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Greening the financial system has become one of the key economic trends of developed countries as the world now works towards sustainable development. Guernsey,...

The Political Economy of Inequality and the Issue of ‘Catching-up’

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By Kalim Siddiqui Why do some countries grow faster than others? In this article the author discusses issues related to the economic growth and the ‘catching-up’...

Carrefour’s History and Exit from China

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By Lisa Qixun Siebers Carrefour is a French retailer with a successful history of being China’s largest and fastest growing foreign retail stores in 1995....

Tamago-ya – The Bento King of Tokyo

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By Seungjin Whang Tamago-ya (meaning “Egg-shop”) was founded by Isatsugu Sugahara in 1975, as a small mom-and-pop bento (“boxed lunch”) shop. Under the entrepreneurial leadership...

Financing the SDG Agenda: The Potential of Sukuk The Indonesia Case

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By Dalal Aassouli and Ebi Junaidi Indonesia, the largest Muslim population country claims to first issue green Sukuk worth USD 1.25B, significantly contributing to the...

RPEC: Why world’s largest free-trade pact matters

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By Dr. Dan Steinbock The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is an extraordinary achievement amid aggressive geopolitics, self-defeating trade wars, and accelerating global pandemic....
Isaac T. Armoni

Digital Payment Solutions: A Cost-effective, Secure Route to Regulatory Compliance

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Interview with Mr. Isaac T. Armoni, CEO of Wallter One company that has managed to thrive in spite of the formidable challenges of the pandemic...

Where Should All the Stolen Money Go?

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By Lester M. Salamon Recent disclosures in emails obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists suggesting massive corruption by the family of former president...

The Business Reinvention of Japan

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By Ulrike Schaede, University of California San Diego On February 15, 2021, Japan’s Nikkei 225 index crossed the ¥30,000, for the first time in 31...