Surrounded by mountains, rivers and beautiful forestry, Puerto Vallarta is idyllically positioned off Mexico’s Pacific coast.
Yvonne Kalman, whose love affair with Mexico goes back to 1940, is Puerto Vallarta’s ultimate insider. In a wide-ranging podcast interview, she discusses the city’s transformation from a sleepy fishing village of the 1950s into a primary destination for Hollywood celebrities such as Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra, among many others, during the 1960s and 1970s.
Puerto Vallarta stands out as a high-value destination for those interested in authentic Mexican culture combined with fine dining and numerous outdoor recreational opportunities such as swimming, boating, whale safari, and hiking, among others.
A common misperception about Norway is that it is very expensive to visit, explains CEO of the Norwegian Hospitality Association Kristin Kron Devold in a wide-ranging interview.
Norway stands out as one of Europe’s easiest countries to do business. “A common misperception is that Norway is a closed economy and that it is difficult to enter the Norwegian market,” says Thomas Øslebø, a partner at the Arntzen de Besche law-firm in Oslo where he spearheads its real estate practice.
With a population of 1.3 billion people, the Indian economy has been ranked the fifth largest in the world. New Delhi recently opened several strategic sectors to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. New Delhi is also becoming increasingly important – both as a market for American investors but also strategically – at a time of ever-increasing tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Today’s most critical challenges are impacting every American. These include the direction of globalization and Chinese relations, shifting demographics and labor shortages, and rising inequality and threats to American capitalism, argues John Manzella.