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Changing Public Expectation and Corporate Responsibility to Drive Social Change

Among local activists and socially conscious visitors who have spent some time in Japan, there is a consensus that sexism and misogyny are deeply rooted in many aspects of Japanese society...
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Israeli Elections 4.0: Political and Business Implications

APCO co-sponsored a webinar with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce assessing initial takeaways of the previous day’s election in Israel, with attention to business and political implications. ..
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How Companies Should Interpret Biden’s First 100 Days

This analysis covers some of the top policy and regulatory issues that emerged in the past 100 days with the new Biden administration—and some thoughts on how companies will be impacted in the days and months ahead...
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What Companies Can Learn From French-Speaking Pessi

What do the American president, the French president and a Chinese ambassador all have in common? At first glance, not much, but all three were recently targets of a French-speaking Twitter group recognizable by their profile pics of a bald Lionel Messi: they call themselves “Pessi.”..
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2021: Risk and Opportunity for UK Multinationals in China

To make the most of the opportunities available in China, British companies should stay attuned to Chinese domestic policy directions emanating from the 14th Five-Year Plan, with industrial upgrading and green development areas where UK businesses have notable competitive advantages...
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Webinar: Bringing Israel and the GCC Together

APCO convened a panel of experts to discuss how the incoming Biden administration might approach various elements of what's next in the Middle East and Israel in light of the Abraham Accords. ..
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EU-China CAI: Opportunities for EU Multinationals in China

On December 30, 2020, after seven years of dialogue, the European Union (EU) and China announced, the conclusion in principle of the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI). In a deal which is highly political in nature, which sectors of EU business stand to benefit the most?..
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COVID-19: A Sign to Address Climate Change

Although there is no country that is not experiencing the drastic effects of climate change, as a populous, tropical emerging economy, India faces a bigger challenge than others in coping with the consequences. ..
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China’s Education Sector: Key Trends and Opportunities for Foreign Companies

China has the largest number of international students in educational institutions globally, especially in the United States, the UK, Australia and Canada. Despite many students reconsidering their study abroad plans due to the health risks and travel restrictions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as ensuing geopolitical tensions, demand for international education remains high. ..
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What Businesses Can Expect from the Biden Administration’s First 100 Days

It’s going to be a packed first 100 days for the Biden administration, setting the tone for an eventful four years. There’s much for business leaders to be optimistic about—a return to rules-based trade; more predictability; and more balanced and less mercantilist policymaking. And while some new geo-commercial risks will undoubtedly arise, there should be tremendous opportunities for savvy cross-border trade and investment...
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