American Way

Last November the US International Development Finance Corp. announced it would fund a $553 million project to build a deep-water shipping container terminal in Sri Lanka’s Port of Colombo. The project
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Market report: Morocco

A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit central Morocco in September, killing an estimated 3,000 people. The World Health Organisation reports that more than 300,000 people were affected by the disaster. Read More
Thermo King

Making the impossible, possible

With every success comes the opportunity, and some might even argue the obligation, to make a difference and right a wrong. At least that is the direction Dwayne Cowan is taking as he guides Thermo King
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Schmitz Cargobull

Efficient and sustainable

The robust S.CS X-TOUGH curtainsider semitrailer was specially developed for France and countries with a total weight of 44 tonnes and fits seamlessly into the Schmitz Cargobull chassis range with galvanised
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A fine tapestry: Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia’s rich history has been born out of trade. For centuries, camel caravans travelled the Arabian Peninsula carrying with them resins like frankincense and myrrh, exotic spices, precious stones and silks. The routes they carved out brought not just goods, but prosperity. Today, the Kingdom’s mode of transport and their offerings may have changed but the importance of large-scale movement of people and products hasn’t – making it a fundamental sector of the country’s economy. Read More

At the crossroads: Serbia

Serbia is an upper-middle-income country located in Southeast Europe with a population of approximately seven million people. The country’s economy is a mix of services, industry, and agriculture. Read More

Business in the Balkans

Bulgaria, according to the World Bank, has undergone a significant transformation over the past three decades, moving from a highly centralised, planned economy to an open, market-based, upper-middle-income economy securely anchored in the European Union (EU). Read More

American anthems

ACT Research is recognised as a leading publisher of commercial vehicle truck, trailer, and bus industry data, market analysis and forecasts for the North America and China markets. Read More

Voice of the Andes

The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved a successor two-year arrangement for Peru under the Flexible Credit Line (FCL) in an amount equivalent to 4.0035 billion SDR (approx. $5.4 billion USD) [1] and noted the cancellation by Peru of the previous arrangement in the amount of 8.07 billion SDR in May 2022. The Peruvian authorities stated their intention to treat the new arrangement as precautionary. Read More