All articles by Ruth Strachan

Ruth Strachan is a senior reporter at Investment Monitor, focusing on manufacturing, mining and commodities. She joined from the Financial Times, where she worked as a content editor in the events division FT Live. In this role she wrote content for various global events across a number of topics including FDI, technology, C-suite roles and compliance. Before this, she was a journalist at DC Thomson.

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“Climate-related tech investing will become the single biggest investment area worldwide”: In conversation with DAI Magister’s Victor Basta

Victor Basta of DAI Magister explains why, when it comes to tech investment, it is the climate-based activity that is causing the most excitement.

Will government investments and lithium reserves make Canada a global electric vehicle leader?

Canada has seen billions invested in its electric vehicle sector, but should the country be more focused on tapping into its lithium reserves?

How big could Venezuela’s oil market be?

That Venezuela’s oil reserves are vast is no secret, but just how big a role could it play in the global supply network as the Western world seeks to wean itself off Russian hydrocarbons?

Will the West’s thirst for non-Russian oil bring a renewed friendship with Saudi Arabia?

As Western countries look to boost oil supplies and lower spiralling gas prices, will that lead to a reassessment of their relationship with Saudi Arabia?

Will Russia’s invasion of Ukraine see relations thawing between Venezuela and the US?

Venezuela has vast oil reserves. The US needs new oil sources after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Will this affect relations between the two?