XPRIZE, a U.S. leader of incentivized prize competitions, Dec. 12 recently announced a formal expansion to India at an event held in and attended by many influential business leaders, including Tata Sons chairman emeritus Ratan Tata.
The impact investing landscape in India has grown quickly over the last decade. In 2000, $1.17 million of capital was injected into social enterprises in India; in 2011, this figure rose to $250 million per annum, according to Intellecap.
With African development banks needing money to spend, Donald Kaberuka, AfDB chief, says he would rather see the pools of African savings being invested in low-yielding instruments, and sometimes even outside Africa, invested in local development...
The latest report in Deloitte’s national competitiveness series looks at the rapid growth and expansion of China and explores how the country must evolve its strategies and economic policies to continue on a growth trajectory. ...
As baby boomers leave the workforce and millennials, and increasingly women, move in to take their places, former Citigroup CFO Sallie Krawcheck predicts capitalism will become more inclusive, and consequently, more prosperous -- for everyone.
Private sector lender Yes Bank on Tuesday said it has raised $200 million in an unsecured loan from Asian Development Bank for onlending to small farm households and rural womens’ self help groups (SHG).
This publication examines factors constraining investments and inclusive economic growth in the Kyrgyz Republic, identifies gaps between policies and their implementation, and discusses options to overcome them.