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Africa: still a place to invest in?

At the moment, Africa is the focus of a lot of attention. Ebola, terrorism, natural disasters, violence and political instability, like the coup-d’état in Burkina Faso are just some of the matters being discussed....

Should we abolish or monitor the industry of child labour?

Child labour is currently driven by poverty and a strong demand from companies. As wages decrease, low income families have the need to send their children to work. Most often child labour goes hand...

China vs. Pollution

Known as the world’s largest emitter of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide yet the greatest investor in renewable energy, China’s explosive growth is damaging its environment. It has not been until now that the...

Can China produce its own luxury brands?

Have you ever seen any of these logos? Are you familiar with any of them? When I asked people around me to name Chinese luxury brands they know, they all looked at me perplexed....

New York 1994 : CompStat – l’émergence de la Smart City

2605 meurtres, tel était le triste record connu à New-York rien que pour 1990. A cette époque, la Big Apple n’avait pas la belle réputation dont elle jouit de nos jours. La ville comptait...

Initial Coin Offering – La nouvelle vague des crypto-monnaies

Vous avez très certainement déjà entendu parler de crypto-monnaies célèbres, telles que le Bitcoin, l’Ethereum ou bien encore le Ripple, les 3 plus grosses capitalisation sur le marché des crypto-monnaies. En effet, à elles...

The Future of Education Through Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR): a technology which, at first glance, makes you rather think about the next science-fiction blockbuster than about a part of your future daily routine. If this is your current state of...

Angus Deaton, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences 2015

This year, the Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded to the Scottish economist Angus Deaton for his academic work on consumption, poverty, welfare and income distribution inequality. Angus Deaton is considered by many as...

International Business Issues while on Exchange Program in Australia

Going on exchange to “the other side of the world” and spending a whole semester in a country 251 times bigger than Belgium is about way more than just studying abroad. You not only...

Singapore, a country that faces many challenges

As one of the Asian tigers, Singapore is expected to experience a growth rate of 2.5% to 3.5% this year. This small country with a population of 5.3 million is also one of the...

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