There is little doubt that this story concerns France, my home country. There have been a number of stories about this recently, most notably "Au revoir entrepreneurs!" in the New York Times.
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It has inspired works of art, including poetry, paintings and woodcarvings; made and destroyed immense fortunes, from the De Medici’s in Renaissance Florence to Philip II’s in 16th century Spain; it even sparked the French Revolution. 574 more words
My most expensive lesson ever was to start a startup in risk-averse Europe. While I don’t like to name the country (the county has a rich history and proud people), suffice it to say, it’s a prosperous country in Western Europe. 484 more words
An old colleague recently was chatting with me regarding their company’s plans to expand internationally in emerging markets in Africa. That prompted me to draw up a list of 10 key questions, that companies need to to find answers for, before commencing their journey into international waters . 196 more words
This article has been excerpted from an April 16 news release from Daily Sabah
Malaysia and Turkey will sign a Free Trade Agreement in conjunction with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s two-day official visit that starts Wednesday. 101 more words