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With Brexit less than a year away, the UK government is looking to far-seeing companies such as Queen’s Awards winners to show the way in international trade and innovative ideas

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The ambitious Emerging Senegal Plan aims for middle-income status by 2035, with investment in energy and infrastructure, business reforms and attempts to reduce poverty. This report includes the surge in FDI from the east, tech entrepreneurs, tourism, oil and gas and an interview with Wari money transfer chief Kabirou Mbodje

The extraordinary biological complexity of malaria may be a scientific challenge but it presents medical researchers with many potential opportunities to stop the disease in its tracks. But will they do so in time?

Our monthly series delves into the biggest challenges that no chief executive should ignore, and gives tips on how companies can best prepare themselves for the changes that are coming

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As evidence mounts of the important role employers can play in improving the happiness and productivity of their staff, Britain’s Healthiest Workplace survey reveals this year’s winners

This inaugural report on high-growth companies from Asia-Pacific markets finds that entrepreneurs are hungry for capital to expand in their domestic territories and beyond

Najla Al Midfa teaches young people in the UAE how to start and run their own businesses

Explore the businesses that make up the second annual ranking of Europe’s fastest growing companies. Technology remains the top sector, adding thousands of jobs, while London retains its crown as most popular base

With works fetching record prices at auction, Nigeria’s art is firmly in the ascendancy. Inspired by the nation’s challenges and contradictions, a new crop of visual artists and designers are carrying forward this tradition

The FT has enlisted the help of readers, researchers and entrepreneurs to find 50 new ideas that will shape the world in the future.

The upheaval that followed the financial crisis may be easing, but there is no shortage of things for risk managers to fret about. Brexit, #MeToo and data protection join market volatility on their watchlists

As robo-advisers increase their market share, drastic tax reforms are expected to enhance the value of a human adviser. Plus: consumer protection rules for the elderly and the dangers of disputes when financial advisers leave broker networks

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