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Absence of American Companies in Iran Costing US Billions in Opportunities and Jobs

December 14, 2016 • Global Business, latestComments (0)

Washington, DC–US sanctions on Iran have carried a significant cost to the US trade and economy, a new report published by the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) finds. The report “Losing More Billions – The Cost of Iran Sanctions to the US. Economy” reveals that between 1995 and 2014, the U.S. sacrificed at least $203 …

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Foreign Investors Must Not Exploit Weak Regulation in Europe

September 3, 2016 • Global BusinessComments (0)

By Mitchell A. Belfer Concepts & Thoughts Prague–This summer US regulators released a detailed list of reforms that they believe will make markets function better and more efficiently. The reforms by the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation is

Experts Weigh in on Domestic and International Impacts of Brexit

June 25, 2016 • Global BusinessComments (0)

On Thursday, June 23, British voters opted to walk out on the European Union (EU). The victory of Leave camp jolted international markets and the established political order throughout Europe.

Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership a Step Toward Containment?

November 10, 2015 • Global BusinessComments (0)

By Etienne Murgues Concepts & Thoughts Toronto, Ontario—The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a regional Free Trade Agreement (FTA) introduced as the biggest multilateral trade agreement ever reached.  

Saudi Energy Policies Hurt Canada’s Energy Sector

October 27, 2015 • Global BusinessComments (0)

By Reza Akhlaghi Concepts & Thoughts Toronto, Ontario—Canada’s controversial sale of armoured fighting vehicles to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the tune of $15 billion was a display of strategic disarray in Canadian foreign policy under the