Are Strait of Hormuz tensions endangering trade?

The impact of ongoing geopolitical tensions in the Strait of Hormuz is already being felt in the cruise industry and could spill over to wider trade if oil prices are affected

Would free ports help a post-Brexit Britain?

Customs-free ports are commonplace around the globe and have been around for centuries, but proposals to create them in the UK have drawn criticism in some areas

For and against: is transfer pricing still applicable?

Two tax experts debate whether the so-called ‘arm’s-length principle’ used in transfer pricing is still applicable to the digital economy

Protecting global supply chains from geopolitical risk

Global political events can impact world trade and supply chains in particular, so coping strategies are essential to limit disruption and maintain production

Going global? Prioritise cultural intelligence

‘We’re entering a world of work where technological, cultural and non-verbal communication is as important as the traditional written and spoken forms’

Chinese tech investment comes home

Economic hostility and sanctions exchanged between the United States and China will impact development of reality technologies, with winners and losers on both sides of the trade war

Can blockchain ease global payments?

Bold claims that blockchain can transform the payments industry, particularly in cross-border transactions, may soon be put to the test

Three mistakes companies make when entering global markets

Taking a company global can be both exciting and profitable, but it is not without its pitfalls