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The Future of Global Trade

ICC Secretary General John Danilovich joined fellow speakers Simon Baptist, Chief Economist, Economist Intelligence Unit, Dani Rodrik, Princeton Professor of International Economics and Beatriz Leycegui, former Under Secretary of Foreign Trade, ... International Chamber of Commerce, 1 week ago
Despite Downturn China's Economy Still Strong The Detroit Bureau, 3 days ago
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Insurers fear disruption from digital competitors

The study, conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of SAP, surveyed 338 senior executives at a range of insurers, and found that the biggest competitive threat from non-insurance entities comes from e-commerce providers such as Google ...
 CIO IT-Strategie für Manager1 week ago Breaking borders  Economist2 weeks ago Driving returns  Economist2 weeks ago
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Insurers Must Invest in Customer-Related Technologies to React to Growing Pressure from External Competitors, New Research Sponsored by SAP Reveals

Study by The Economist Intelligence Unit and SAP Finds Traditional Insurers Becoming More Experimental in Machine-to-Machine Data and The Internet of Things WALLDORF, Germany, Oct. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Long-standing insurance providers face an ...
 Sys-Con India1 week ago Solvency II will facilitate retreat from alternatives by insurers, says UBS/PwC study  COOConnect1 day ago Leveraging M2M and IoT Services can Help Conventional Insurers Face Competition, says SAP Study  TMC Net3 days ago Tomorrow's insurance battlefield: giant threats and innovative defences  InsuranceNews.com.au4 days ago
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Insurers face disruptive future as non-insurers threaten territory, says Economist Intelligence Unit report

· New report finds that 32% of insurance executives see e-commerce players as main non-industry threats to their business · Executives want to ramp up customer experience, saying they will invest in customer relations (44%) and digital customer ...
 Noodls1 week ago Insurers see threats from all sides  InsuranceNews.com.au4 days ago Global: Insurers face disruptive future as non-insurers wade in  Asian Insurance Directory1 week ago
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Germany leads Europe in dealing with mental illness

Germany, closely followed by the UK, tops The Economist Intelligence Unit's "Mental Health Integration Index", a pan-European study which assessed the degree of commitment in 30 European countries-the European Union 28 plus Switzerland and Norway-to ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Poor score for Ireland in mental health index  Irish Independent2 weeks ago Ireland ranks above average on mental health index  RTE Online2 weeks ago

Capital Crimes

Abuja, Nigeria's capital, is one of Africa's most expensive cities to live in, according to a 2013 Economist Intelligence Unit report. But behind its expansive roads and upscale neighbourhoods, Abuja is home to some of this west African nation's ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Nigeria: Abuja's Gleaming Mansions & Poor Slums  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
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Melbourne Found Most 'Liveable City'; Damascus Comes Last

Melbourne tops the ranking as the world's most pleasant city to live in for the fourth year running, but an Economist Intelligence Unit poll also finds that turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East have pushed other cities down the list. Vienna, Vancouver and ...
 NDTV2 months ago Melbourne most ‘liveable city’, Damascus last  Asian Age2 months ago Melbourne found most "liveable city"; Damascus comes last  Reuters2 months ago

THE LAROUCHE RECORD: A Forty-Year Fight for a New World Economic Order

by Matthew Ogden [] For over four decades, Lyndon LaRouche has provided the intellectual and political leadership in the fight for a new international economic order for the planet, for the purpose of ending the historic imperial control by ...
 Executive Intelligence Review1 day ago
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Dhaka: World's Second Worst Livable City

A new survey has termed Dhaka the second worst livable city in the world. According to The Daily Star, The Economist Intelligence Unit's Global Livability Index ranked the Bangladeshi capital at the ninth position in a survey only ahead of Damascus in ...
 Med India2 months ago Dhaka world's second worst livable city: Survey  Business Standard2 months ago
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The Executives' Club of Chicago: International Economists and Executives to Study the Current State of Capital Flows and Global Footprint

On October 27, join The Executives' Club of Chicago and a panel of international economists and executives as they examine the current state of "Capital Flows and Global Footprint" at the next Global Leaders Luncheon. According to a release from ...
 Individual.com1 day ago International Economists And Executives To Examine The Current State Of Capital Flows And Global Footprint  RCL Advisors4 days ago
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