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Hate and Socialism Pauses Globalization

The repercussions of the global economic downturn that began in 2008 are still lingering today. They are being manifested in the lack of full scale employment, wage growth, economic mobility, increase in aggregate demand, margin expansion, and ultimately the economic hopelessness of a large sector of the populace. The implications vary per country,...
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HafeziCapital’s acquisition strategy helps Client save 42%

McLean, Virginia,—(Business Wire)—HafeziCapital International Consulting and Investing (HafeziCapital), a leading middle-market consulting and investment firm advised SmileUp Dental Center, Inc. (“SmileUp” or “Company”) on their acquisition of Glenn Burnie Dental Associates (“GBDA”). GBDA, a leading dental practice based in Glenn Burnie, Maryland had been in business for over five years. HafeziCapital...
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Hafezi Capital raises $12.8m

McLean, Virginia,—(Business Wire)—HafeziCapital International Consulting and Investing (HafeziCapital), a leading middle-market consulting firm, today announced a $12.8 million debt and equity capital commitment for its client Eagle Management LLC (Eagle), a regional Real Estate Development and Management Company, based in Northern Virginia. Eagle approached HafeziCapital for advisory services in the areas...
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Entering Iran

On July 14, 2015 the United States and its Allies entered into a negotiation process with Iran to systematic verify Iran’s nuclear armament. Although this was an important Political deal, there are key businesses opportunities within this deal for American and International businesses. As of today, entering Iran is a viable...
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How to grow in Frontier Markets?

Frontier Markets and the future of their growth are being questioned in today’s global economic climate. The anemic global trade rate, and the rapid depreciation of world commodity prices has lead to many key questions being asked about Frontier Markets. Hafezi Capital International Consulting was invited to attend the FT...
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