The cost of realising Europe’s hydrogen potential

3 June 2020

Governments to the rescue? How different countries will utilise infrastructure to emerge from Covid-19

The infrastructure sector looks set to be a key area for governments in the post-Covid-19 landscape, but, as Viola Caon discovers, strategies will differ depending on the financial resources available...

28 May 2020

Mind the gap: stimulus packages set to give developed countries post-Covid-19 advantage

Developing countries will face greater challenges to restarting their economies compared with their wealthy counterparts, based on the relative sizes of their Covid-19 stimulus packages. By Sofia Karadima

26 May 2020

The big interview: Cisco UK and Ireland CEO David Meads

He has already overseen the UK medical sector’s biggest peacetime IT infrastructure project – fitting out the 4,000-bed Nightingale hospital in London’s ExCeL centre in just nine days. Now, Cisco...

22 May 2020

Coronavirus is changing FDI – but is it going to last?

Protectionism is slowly returning, particularly in Europe, as governments impose FDI screening to stop critical assets being bought on the cheap during the Covid-19 pandemic. By Nicu Calcea.

21 May 2020

Covid-19 and infrastructure: A chance for innovation?

While the Covid-19 pandemic is locking down many countries, opportunities are arising to complete infrastructure projects on empty roads and streets, while governments are being given a stark lesson on...

20 May 2020

Which regions will benefit from a post-Covid-19 reshoring trend?

Canada, Mexico, and Central and Eastern Europe are identified as three key regions that investors will turn to when looking to reduce their exposure to Asia. By Sofia Karadima


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