eurozone crisis

3 Reasons Why Emerging Market Executives Need To Contingency Plan Now

Global uncertainty is increasing.  The back-and-forth negotiations surrounding policy decisions on the US Fiscal Cliff, Eurozone crisis, and potential conflicts in the Middle East may be intriguing for political scientists, but for global business executives, they are cause for major…

Emerging Markets Are Clouded By Increasing Global Uncertainty

Uncertainty in the global economy, primarily a result of questions surrounding policy decisions in the Eurozone and United States as well as the potential for conflict in Iran, is affecting global economic growth prospects. Growth projections for 2013 continue to…

Three Strategies for Helping Partners Manage Working Capital

As credit continues to dry up in the wake of the ongoing eurozone crisis and continued macroeconomic uncertainty, multinational companies need to ensure that their distributors and channel partners in emerging markets can weather the storm, purchase inventory, and fund…

Spain’s Woes Continue – FSG Analyst Insights

Interview with Matt Lasov, Head of EMEA Research for Frontier Strategy Group Politically, there is zero will to allow Spain to default but markets have moved faster than politicians every step of the way. It’s very difficult to view European politicians as…