Category Archives: Economic Intelligence

The Future Role of Business Intelligence within the Global Financial Community

“Depending on who you ask, there are 195 countries in the world today. While the majority of economic resources are controlled by a small, yet very powerful subset of global corporations and sovereign nations, the impact of their actions is felt by the entire world community. That the recent economic crisis was triggered by a variety of factors including faulty assumptions, greed, malfeasance, ineptitude, lack of oversight and a host of other causes is not surprising in retrospect.”

Source:  Michael Brooks – http://www.b-eye-network.com/view/10180

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Gazprom’s Expansion in the EU – Co-operation or Domination?

This report outlines the key aspects of natural gas trade cooperation between the EU and Russia. The first part presents the scope and character of Gazprom’s economic presence in the EU member states. The second part shows the presence of the EU investors in Russia. It provides the factual base and data and concludes with policy recommendations.

© 2008 Centre for Eastern Studies (CES) 

Download: English (PDF · 23 pages · 3.0 MB) 
Author:Agata Łoskot-Strachota, Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, Tomasz Dąborowski, Joanna Hyndle
Publisher: Centre for Eastern Studies (CES), Warsaw, Poland

Source: IntelliBriefs