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Keir Starmer’s First Days Are Promising but Don’t Tell the Full Story

It has been less than a week since Sir Keir Starmer was elected leader of the UK Labour Party yet it already feels like a lifetime. With the party still reeling from its historic loss in the December General Election and Coronavirus dominating the news cycle, the opposition’s challenges are significant but not insurmountable....
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Has the Circular Economy’s Moment Finally Arrived?

It is in the times of adversity that radical transformations are often easier to achieve. The global pandemic offers a key moment to rethink the way we consume and operate and make a positive change to become truly sustainable and circular....
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Beijing’s COVID-19 Stimulus Will Be Aimed at Tomorrow’s Infrastructure

The greatest opportunity in this time of crisis are for companies to demonstrate their know-how and expertise through partnering in “new infrastructure” projects. Besides the potential to partner on large-scale endeavors, companies that are actively engaging with China will shape tomorrow’s infrastructure standards and lay the foundations for long-term success....
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Navigating Global Stimulus Plans

For potentially eligible companies, it is critical to understand all of the options available and to move as efficiently as possible to apply for and receive the funds which they are entitled to, and to position themselves for relief under future stimulus packages....
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Israeli Elections 3.0 Analysis

Following two failed attempts to form a government, Israelis went to the polls again on March 2, 2020, for an unprecedented third time in less than a year. APCO's Tel Aviv team provides insights and analysis on the results....
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Kicking off Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan

The launch of “Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan: Let’s strive for more,” set out to emanate a sense of unity and harmony. Sharing their personal experiences, the EU’s top politicians from both the European Commission and European Parliament became one with other cancer survivors to show that “the personal has become political.”...
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Brexit Phase 2: Time to Shape the Final Deal

With the UK Prime Minister adamant that he wants to conclude the next phase of negotiations on the future trading relationship by 31 December, this leaves an unprecedentedly short period to avoid a cliff-edge “hard” Brexit. As the phase 2 negotiations kick off, APCO’s team in London, Paris and Brussels examine the negotiating positions of the UK and EU, and the prospects for a deal....
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Taking Stock of the US-China Phase One Trade Agreement

APCO’s Greater China team takes a closer look at the U.S.-China Phase One Trade Agreement and assesses where the deal is now, compared to where the two countries started....
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Global Leadership in 2020 and Beyond

Given the disruptive changes that we are witnessing in many parts of the world, the notion of leadership takes on a different meaning. Communication, emotional intelligence and soft skills are more important than ever before....
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Boris Johnson's Gamble Pays Off

Johnson undoubtedly took a risk by holding an election in winter while Brexit was still in limbo, but today this gamble has paid off almost beyond his most optimistic expectations....
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