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Special Report: China’s 2019 Two Sessions

APCO's Greater China team provides insights and analysis on China’s 2019 Two Sessions and shares what it means for global business. ...
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EU Pharma & the Environment: A piece of the PiE

Now that the EU's 'Strategic Approach to Pharmaceuticals in the Environment’ Communication is here, what should the pharmaceutical sector expect?...
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A Guide to Israel's 2019 Elections

Israel might not be the largest or most influential country in the world but APCO’s Tel Aviv office can guarantee that the upcoming Israeli Elections will have an effect on international relations in one form or another....
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What’s Next for Health Care on Capitol Hill?

When it comes to understanding what could happen in health care over the next two years, the guiding principle is maybe. Maybe the two sides will come together on a modest package of changes to federal law, or maybe they won’t. ...
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What 'Settlers' Teaches us About Global Trade

Settlers of Catan is an apt metaphor for the geopolitical developments that accompany China’s rise to the world stage....
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What’s Next for British Politics After Labour’s Split?

Seven Labour MPs, some high-profile, resigned the Labour whip in a bid to establish a new centrist movement, that may just change British politics for the foreseeable future. Our Jonny West-Symes shares insights and analysis on the situation in the UK. ...
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New Swedish Government With a Broad Reform Agenda

After an inconclusive election, followed by 131 days of political tug-of-war, Sweden finally has a government. Sectors affected by its reforms have a reason to work proactively to demonstrate what the reforms might mean to them, their customers, the climate and the economy....
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Japanese Media Relations Insights for Communicators

European brands are looking at Japan, the world’s third largest economy, as a new market to tap into. The Land of the Rising Sun is a market quite different from the West under many aspects. APCO's team shares insights on media relations in Japan....
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Goodbye German Coal

Last week, all eyes were on Germany, which outlined its path towards a coal-free future: The instated Commission, consisting of industry representatives, trade association members, environmental group advocates, representatives of the German coal states and scientists, presented its final 330-page report, setting lignite and hard coal an end date by 2038 the latest....
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Denmark Proposes Health Care Reform for Connected Care

As planned, the Danish conservative government last week published its proposal for a new health care reform in Denmark called "Patient First," intended to make the health care system in Denmark more patient-focused, better connected and with advanced quality of care and improved patient rights. ...
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