Show Us Some Respect

Last week, I decided to do a little survey in one of my classes regarding student support of Georgia State athletics.

Lichtenstein: More Than a Tax Haven

Although only 62 square miles large and landlocked with a population of 35,000, Liechtenstein in Central Europe maintains the highest gross domestic product per capita of any country in the world.

Ireland Seeking Southeast Biotech Partners

Modern industries like biotechnology and information technology services are transforming perceptions that Ireland shares the malaise of its slowly recovering European neighbors

Visa Challenges Hold Back Foreign Entrepreneurs

Founding a startup company is never an easy proposition. Many fail early on, while only a handful ever gain the right mix of startup capital, talented employees and innovation required to make a small idea big.

Puppetry Center Attracting ATL International Communities

Playing off a rich global heritage of puppetry, leaders at the Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts are planning a series of programs and activities focused on drawing in the city’s international communities. 

Diaz Foods: Importer Weathers Economic ‘Perfect Storm’

Over more than 40 years, growing from a single grocery store on Atlanta‘s Fifth Avenue to a regional distributor in 25 states, wholesale supplier Diaz Foods has weathered its share of economic downturns.

Botswana Delegation Focuses on Investment

In a continent often plagued by corruption and volatility, Botswana has managed to defy stereotypes thanks to healthy growth facilitated by its strong diamond trade and stable democratic government. 

Airbus Plant Shows Fierce Competition Among States

With the announcement of aircraft-giant Airbus SAS’s decision to build a new $600 million facility in Alabama earlier this month, some in Georgia are likely wondering what’s next for the aerospace industry in the Peach State.

Personal Relationships Key to Business in Qatar

As Qatar invests billions of dollars in infrastructure and public works improvements for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Middle Eastern country needs partners dedicated to long-term relationships

International Community: Immigration Reform a Necessity

Following the Supreme Court’s split June 25 ruling on Arizona’s tough immigration law, members of the international community in Atlanta are still sorting out legal ramifications of a similar Georgia law

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