LONDON, April 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
The changing face of the European political and economic landscape that is emerging from the turmoil of the last few years is set to have severe consequences for many of the region's businesses and leaders. As disputes over the shape of the EU and its structures rumbles on - tighter integration or looser ties, heavier regulation or a more liberal approach - many different camps are desperately trying to negotiate terms that will best suit their citizens and industries.
In the latest issue of European CEO we look at trade disputes, regulatory changes and their potential impact, how Europe is faring against its trading partners and what strategies individual economies can take to get themselves out of the current malaise.
Rita Lobo explores growing tensions between the EU, Iceland and Norway, and how disputes over trading policies are threatening the peaceful cooperation that has existed for two decades in the European Economic Area.
Elsewhere, Jules Gray investigates Britain's historic economic strategy of maintaining the high value of sterling and whether calls for devaluation are justified.
The spectre of immigration has once again hit the news, with Romanians and Bulgarians expected to move to more affluent countries within the EU in 2014. Claire Vanner looks at the impact of the influx of migrant workers on businesses, and whether the benefits actually outweigh the burdens for EU economies.
The ongoing eurozone crisis has presented many challenges, and opportunities, in the Forex market. In our cover story we profile IronFX and its founder Markos A Kashiouris, and see how this company has shaken up the industry and carved itself a significant chunk of the market in just three years.
Our annual CEO of the Year Awards 2013 celebrate the achievements of industry leaders that have propelled their companies through these tough times towards greater success.
Elsewhere, European CEO announces its long awaited Global Business Education Awards, analysing the best executive education offerings currently in the market.
Finally, we discuss how productive office workers are, and just how much time - and money - is being wasted during the day on social media and general procrastination.
To read this and much more, go to http://www.europeanceo.com, scroll through the iPad edition, or pick up a copy of the European CEO Summer issue at any good newsagent.
SOURCE Tower Business Communications Ltd