As the dynamics of global trade undergo transformation, governments and businesses are increasingly focused on fortifying the durability and sustainability
A “zombie company” is a financially distressed business that is able to continue operating only because it can cover its
One of the primary hurdles for tech startups venturing into international markets is acknowledging the fact that they are, or
In contrast to the previous year, the most recent iteration of Coface’s survey on corporate payment experience in Germany was
The insolvencies adjustment process, which commenced in 2022, is continuing at an accelerated pace in 2023. The discontinuation of fiscal
There’s been so much written about supply chain disruptions in the last few years, it’s hard to imagine a new
When business leaders contemplate events that could pose a significant threat to the survival of their enterprises, they may initially
Export Development Canada’s second SMEs and Sustainability survey—conducted in 2023—captures the perspectives of more than 350 small- and medium-sized exporters.
The 60/40 portfolio split underwent a significant transformation in 2022 due to changing factors such as inflation and growth dynamics.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, and machine learning have become widespread tools in the business world, particularly for enhancing efficiency
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