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Policy Prospects and the Future of Transportation Infrastructure

Listen to the webinar APCO hosted featuring Former U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood to discuss critical policy prospects and the future of transportation infrastructure....
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Warning Signs: Geopolitical Headwinds for Multinationals in China

Despite the turbulence contributed by both the U.S. and China over the last few years to the bilateral relationship, China still presents significant commercial opportunities for multinational companies. However, companies must be able to navigate this heightening tension by establishing trust in a business environment increasingly being drawn into the political fray....
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Join Me in Making Election Day a “Day On”

I am delighted to introduce “adVOcaTE,” a campaign consisting of internal and external education and engagement efforts designed to help APCO employees prepare to cast purposeful votes, share their voices and continue their efforts fighting for what they believe in...
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“Conventional” Lessons in Virtual Event Programming

Like America’s major political parties, companies all over the world are grappling with how to re-engineer a live event, especially one that has strategic importance to their business. There are some useful lessons emerging from the Democratic and Republican National Conventions about what’s working, and what’s not, in virtual event programming....
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More to UK Health Reforms Than Just Obesity and COVID-19

Two major reforms to the UK’s public health system were announced in recent weeks—refreshed efforts to fight obesity, and the creation of a new body specifically to prevent a second wave of COVID-19. Both announcements represent an evolution, rather than a revolution, but are arguably more interesting for what they say about Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s approach to government, and how businesses should engage with his administration....
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What’s Next for U.S. Drug Pricing and Production

Watch the discussion of the policy and political ramifications of recent executive orders, how drug pricing actions will resonate considering the pandemic and which of these policies might move forward in 2021....
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India and China: Old Cold Borders, New Cold War

A military standoff between India and China in northern Ladakh, along a long-disputed border, has stirred up serious tensions which could have enormous geopolitical consequences for a world battling a pandemic for which many blame Beijing. The relationship between the world’s two most-populous nations can be seen through five different prisms, each of which is playing a role in deciding where ties are today and where they are likely to head in the future....
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Public Affairs in the COVID-19 World

Leading experts in the field share their insights on conducting public affairs in the COVID-19 era....
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