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Women’s Economic Empowerment in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Charney Research & BSR | Report | March 23, 2017

According to the United Nations, gender inequality costs the region of sub-Saharan Africa an average of US$95 billion a year. Eliminating gender inequality and empowering women could raise the productive…

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Charney Research Explores The Future of Money

By Charney Research and Oxford Economics | Report | February 28, 2017

Electronic payment systems are changing the way businesses make money and consumers spend it. We talked to consumers and businesses about this new frontier. Charney Research and Oxford Economics, in partnership…

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Report finds fraud guarantees would accelerate adoption of mobile payments

Finextra.com | October 7, 2016

Concerns about fraud and theft risks are inhibiting adoption of mobile wallets, but businesses underestimate the problem, according to a new global survey of consumers and executives released today by…

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China growth in ‘dangerous’ territory

By Sophia Yan | Press Clip | December 18, 2015 | 1 pages

Growth stabilizing in China? Not so fast. At least one group is warning that the situation is likely far worse than official statistics may indicate, saying that growth in the…

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China Beige Book Says Pessimism ‘Thoroughly Divorced From Facts’

By Craig Charney and Leland Miller | Bloomberg | September 21, 2015

China’s economy isn’t as weak as it may look, according to a private survey from a New York-based research group that says it’s a myth the nation’s slowdown is intensifying. “No…

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