UK’s London as a Global Financial Center After Brexit & ECB Latest Move: Does What Goes Up, Eventually Comes Down?

Does “What Goes Up, Eventually Comes Down?” UK’s capital,, London, has for centuries been known a global financial hub. But with Brexit, it looks increasingly that the days of that status is numbered. UK media, The Independent reports (source) with the headline: “Brexit: EU to give UK banks new incentive to leave London, say officials.”…

Up-Coming Econ Leader Meet? Trump’s Horde of Past Rhetoric & Man-Baby Actions Hurt Trust & Confidence

Abstract: When it comes to international relations, there is mainly business & economics and national security. There is no fine line what areas of these two lead the other. However, Trump’s original economic & business protectionism with America first, then all the flip-flops, originated from Trump, seen by much observer as a “Man-Baby” meaning, does…

San Francisco Based Tech Firm, Salesforce, using “Artificial Intelligence to Minimize Politics in Meetings

There have been a long running argument that for humans to be successful, humans need both hight IQ (intelligence quotent) ans EQ (emotional quotent) and some even argue other factors such as Creative Quotent (CQ) are important. Then other says there is luck, or the chance of the draw involved in being successful. In business…

Media: As Asia & Latin America Strengthen Ties, Washington Could be Left On the Outside Looking In

Abstract: Several Latin American countries have joined the China lead infrastructure bank, seen as a counter-balance of power to the American dominated World Bank. Also several Latin American countries are hoping to get help from China, to implement massive road, rail and sea infrastructure projects that will better link all Latin America together, along China’s…

Well Known Scholar Warns of China & Trump Cause Southeast Asia & Australia Crisis

Abstracts: The risk of conflict in the South China Sea is significant. China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei, and the Philippines have competing territorial and jurisdictional claims, particularly over rights to exploit the region’s possibly extensive reserves of oil and gas. Freedom of navigation in the region is also a contentious issue, especially between the United…

EU, Taking on Silicon Valley: Targets Decisive Competitive Advantage with Tech Hubs

EU, taking on Silicon Valley, gets new focus and energy, with “Pan European Tech Hubs. Every year, EU will organize the OPEN DAYS – European Week of Regions and Cities for the cities in the EU to gathers with experts in regional and local development to exchange good practice in economic development, cross-border cooperation, public-private…

Wharton on Africa’s First Unicorn & Asked, More to Come?

Africa just got its first Unicorn, meaning a tech firm valued more than US$1 billion.  great deal about Africa’s tech scene is home-grown. For example Newsweek reports (source) the market in Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra, Ghana, is mostly dedicated to cell phones, computers and electronic gadgets. Ghana’s tech scene has flourished in recent years…