Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: GlobalIndustries: Banking & FinanceServices: Tax
Our report examines the rise of stock markets in emerging nations, and finds that, although investors face volatility, they offer better long-term returns. Click to read Ernst & Young's article: "Stock markets in rapid-growth markets".
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AfricaIndustries: Oil & GasServices: Tax
As natural gas enters a possible Golden Age in Africa, learn about the growth for demand and production, and which countries are leading the pack. Click to read Ernst & Young's article: "Natural gas in Africa: frontier of the Golden Age".
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: GlobalIndustries: Oil & GasServices: Tax
With the global economic recovery taking longer than expected to arrive, oil and gas companies are focusing on bottom-line improvements. Read our survey results. Click to read Ernst & Young's article: "Oil and gas capital confidence barometer".
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: CanadaIndustries: Oil & GasServices: Legal
By Omar Wakil and Dany H. Assaf Canadian government approves CNOOC/Nexen and Petronas/Progress Energy acquisitions and announces new guidelines for SOE investments Late last week the Canadian government approved the closely observed acquisitions by CNOOC...
Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: United KingdomIndustries: Telecommunications
Three, the mobile telecoms group, has awarded the management of its core network in the UK to Huawei, the Chinese equipment maker, in the latest sign of the shift of business in the sector to Asian rivals. Under a contract valued at about £120m over five...
Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Manufacturing
China's largest maker of auto parts won an auction for A123 Systems Inc, a bankrupt maker of batteries for electric cars that was funded partly with U.S. government money, A123 confirmed in a statement Sunday. Wanxiang Group Corp's bid of $256.6 million...
Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: USAIndustries: Aviation
American International Group Inc will sell nearly all of aircraft leasing business ILFC to a Chinese consortium for up to US$ 4.8 billion, in a deal that gives the fastest growing aviation market easier and cheaper access to planes. But the sale is at a...
Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: CanadaIndustries: Oil & Gas
Canada has approved the US$ 18 billion acquisition of Nexen, the Calgary-based oil company, by CNOOC Limited of China, but promised strict new controls on investment by state-owned companies that will make it more difficult for foreign groups to invest...
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AsiaIndustries: Media & EntertainmentServices: Public Relations
Breakthrough ideas can make your product or service stand out and get media attention. The creative process works in two stages: The first is the idea-producing stage, called the ‘creative stage’. The second is the ‘practical stage’, where you hold each idea up to the cold light of day and see whether it is going to fly or not.
Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: SwitzerlandIndustries: Manufacturing
Jinsheng Group has become the latest Chinese company to snap up industrial assets in western Europe after agreeing to buy the natural fibres and textile components units of Oerlikon, the Swiss engineering group controlled by Russian oligarch Viktor...