Category Archives: Emerging Markets (EM)

Future direction of International trade

With the election of Donald J. Trump the uncertainty of policies has led people to question the future direction of international trade. The notion of trade liberalization, that has been central to American Foreign Policy for the past forty years is being challenged. The question that arises for corporations is what...
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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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China Country Risk Market Entry

China is a vast and culturally fascinating country. For outside observers, its ancient cultures and social traditions are a source of constant discovery. For investors and businesses, it holds a different point of interest, China country risk market entry analysis. Investors and Corporation must determine weather the China country risk...
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Emerging Markets: 4 Keys to Speed and Success

HafeziCapital’s CEO, Babak Hafezi was extensively quoted within the SAP White Paper, Emerging Markets: 4 Keys to Speed and Success. The document discusses some of the key problems areas for organizations that are attempting to enter emerging markets. HafeziCapital’s CEO was quoted with the likes of Accenture, Ernst  & Young,...
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International Trade Consultants

Economists have predicted that emerging countries will supply half the world’s production by 2014, making international consumer markets a temptation hard to resist. Acronyms such as BRIC‘s (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) and CIVETS (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa)  are becoming common terminology for companies wanting to...
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