Global foreign direct investment fell by 42% in 2020, outlook remains weak

Global foreign direct investment fell by 42% in 2020, outlook remains weak

Global foreign direct investment fell by 42% in 2020, outlook remains weak As reported by the UNCTAD global foreign direct investment (FDI) collapsed in 2020, falling 42% from $1.5 trillion in 2019 to an estimated $859 billion, according to an Investment Trends Monitor published on 24 January.

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Protecting Companies from Fraud in the DeFi Space

Protecting Companies from Fraud in the DeFi Space

Protecting Companies from Fraud in the DeFi Space   The rise of alternative financial markets that aren’t tied to any particular government or banking system has led to them being organized differently from what we’d seen beforehand. In essence, we’re entering a new era where financial structures

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

We wish everyone happy and successful 2021 from the Deriveum team

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Deriveum at CordaCon 2020

Deriveum at CordaCon 2020

Deriveum had the pleasure to be featured at CordaCon 2020 as one of the most promising startups. Deriveum’s Project coordinator and PMO presented the key issues and concepts before an auditory of over 5000 participants. Please check the recording by following the link below.

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Italy Won’t Defuse Time Bomb at Heart of Euro Anytime Soon

Italy Won’t Defuse Time Bomb at Heart of Euro Anytime Soon As Bloomberg reports even highly developed G-7 economies as Italy are facing issues with sovereign debt sustainability. This is even more profound problem concerning developing economies.  At Deriveum we take at hart the plight of investors

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Japan’s Economy Contracts 7.8 Percent, Worst Decline on Record

Japan’s Economy Contracts 7.8 Percent, Worst Decline on Record

Japan’s Economy Contracts 7.8 Percent, Worst Decline on Record The bad news for various major economies in the world are piling up. The Japanese economy gets its worst result on record. “The pandemic’s total impact on the economy up to this point is almost the same as

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Brexit hit looms for industries that escaped worst of pandemic

Brexit hit looms for industries that escaped worst of pandemic

Brexit hit looms for industries that escaped worst of pandemic For quite a while Brexit was largely out the public eye, but the issues from last year have not been resolved. In actuality they have been complemented by the Covid-19 crisis. The LSE has created a joint

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US economy posts its worst drop on record

US economy posts its worst drop on record

US economy posts its worst drop on record The US Bureau of Economic Analysis confirmed that the world largest economy has contracted with 32.9% annual rate from April to June 2020. CNN reports that “…this is no ordinary recession. The combination of public health and economic crises

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Understanding global debt: Relieving the COVID-19 impact on the most vulnerable

Understanding global debt: Relieving the COVID-19 impact on the most vulnerable

Understanding global debt: Relieving the COVID-19 impact on the most vulnerable The World Bank Blog sharpens the attention of the reader to the global dis-balances caused by the Pandemic. A serious concern is raised for the 100 million people that are expected to be pushed into extreme

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China’s biggest gold fraud, 4% of its reserves may be fake: Report

China’s biggest gold fraud, 4% of its reserves may be fake: Report

China’s biggest gold fraud, 4% of its reserves may be fake: Report A stunning fraud may be unfolding in China according to media reports.”In short, more than 4 per cent of China’s official gold reserves may be fake. And this assume that no other Chinese gold producers

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