Technology has virtually revolutionized every industry in the global economy, and the market caps of Silicon Valley giants routinely outshine the GDP of entire nations.
Water scarcity is forcing governments around the world to adopt increasingly outlandish
schemes to protect access to the precious resource.
…with dire consequences for one of the continent’s largest economies, which was already facing its longest downturn since 1945. Still, experts believe there is reason for cautious optimism in the long-term.
As tariffs continue to tighten their chokehold on the North Korean economy, its leaders may be resorting to an old standby for relief: the international drug trade.
Since 2004, The Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers’ (FPAQ) quota system has brought price stability to a notoriously volatile global market — but its long-term challenges are mounting.