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Regions & Locations Guide 2014

19.11.2014 -

Print edition as epaper.

Global Competitiveness Index
Global Growth at Risk from Slow Reform Progress; USA Climbs Two Ranks
Margareta Drzeniek-Hanouz, World Economic Forum

Eastern Europe
Potential In Eastern Europe
The CEE and CIS Region Offers Benefits for API ManufacturingJoshua
Gilpatrick, Thomson Reuter

Middle East
Global Shale and the GCC
The End of Low-Hanging Fruits and High Margins
Oliver Gawad and Dr. Sven Bugarski, Stratley

Repercussions of the US Shale Story
Shale Changing the Face of Petroleum and Petrochemical Markets
David Welch, JBC EnergyAsia

Tackles Its Major Economic Issues
Government Influence on Chemical Industry in China
Dr. Kai Pflug, Management Consulting - Chemicals

A Growing Chemical Center in Asia
Singapore Remains one of the World's Leading Energy & Chemicals Hubs and is Well-positioned for Future Growth
Singapore Economic Development Board

Jurong Island 2.0: Maintaining Future Com-petitiveness for Energy & Chemicals Sector

Successful in Singapore:
German Mittelstand Companies
Dr. Moo An Wee, Singapore Economic Development Board

Singapore: Made for Mittelstand
Five Leading Mid-Sized German Enterprises in Singapore
Singapore Economic Development Board

Brazil: Growing Chemical Market
Demand is Driven by Increasing Population,Urbanization and an Expanding Middle Class
Vir Lakshman and Rita Duran, KPMG

The Formula For Success
The Canadian Province Ontario Leads for North American Foreign Direct Investment
Dr. Terrie Romano Canadian Consulate Munich

Growth in Africa
Key Sectors Drive Movement in Sub-Saharan Chemicals Market
Samantha James, Frost & Sullivan Africa