Spillover effects are traveling back and forth between emerging and advanced economies. From the May/June 2012 issue.
Research and innovation are key drivers in modern industry. Luxembourg has unveiled new initiatives that are attracting investors and creating a dynamic...
Luster, muster and clusters—the State of Bavaria has it all. A magical capital, an indefatigable work ethic and a sound economic development model ensure this German giant's overwhelming success.
Luxembourg is at Western Europe's geographic core and has long been a major player in the surrounding market.
Policy reforms, economic shifts and offshoring are boosting emerging Far East economies.
Its domestic economy may be limited, but Austria pulsates at the heart of the European Union and excels at exporting its diverse products to the United States.
World-famous for its expertise in automotive manufacturing and brewing beer, modern Germany also has established itself as a media magnet, an IT hub, and a finance center.
Bolstered by its powerful currency, the UK offers a sterling business climate, but savvy U.S. companies are sidestepping the expenses of London for cheaper locations.
The Caribbean island nations of Barbados and Jamaica are in the midst of transitioning their economies to rely on higher-value activities.
Surrounded by France, Belgium, and Germany, the small nation of Luxembourg has built a first-class reputation for logistics and information technology in Europe.
A visit to the North of France proves that the French know more about food than just how to cook—they also lead Europe in food processing and research.