President of Brazil China Chamber of Commerce among 400 world leaders to speak at Horasis Asia Meeting

Horasis Asia Meeting, one of the world’s preeminent forums, will be held virtually this November 30th. 400 business and political leaders, including Charles Tang, President of the Brazil China Chamber of Commerce, will meet to discuss ideas on how to best overcome the disruptions caused by COVID-19. Founded in 2016, the conference provides a platform

Dr. Frank-Jürgen Richter to host Horasis virtual meeting with LatAm, Indian and international leaders

Co-hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry, Horasis India Meeting is set to open this Monday, June 22nd. The virtual conference will discuss India’s future and potential solutions to the current COVID-19 crisis. The event, which features well regarded regional leaders including Marcelo de Andrade, Partner at Earth Capital Holdings, will explore the nation’s further

Growing demand for blockchain in Argentina

According to recent reporting on Argentina Reports, there is a growing demand for blockchain and cryptocurrencies in Argentina. Increasingly there is greater interest in blockchain from the public, with the government this past month announcing a partnership to invest in blockchain startups. Wrote CoinDesk, “The government of Argentina is set to invest in early-stage blockchain startups backed

Latin leaders to discuss globalization and economics at Horasis

According to Globalization101, throughout the 1990s, Argentina was considered globalization’s model of economic success. However, due to the economy taking a negative turn, support for globalization has taken a hit. In fact, according to Yale Global, anti-globalists see Argentina’s economic collapse as a terrible example of globalization and its bankruptcy. Yet, like it or not, it

Barriers to the labour market revealed as key cause of growing poverty

Children, indigenous communities and people of Afro descent are among the categories of people worst hit my extreme poverty levels, studies have revealed. It adds to concerns that inequality is on the rise across the continent, and governments appear to be doing little to improve the situation. Patricia Santiaga, 30 years, is one of the