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Navigating Supply Chain Disruption

COVID-19 drove unprecedented sudden and dramatic shifts in both demand and supply. Supply chain managers have always had to be nimble to respond to challenges in increasingly complex chains. But past disruptions tended to be local or regional, typically caused by environmental disasters or other emergencies. The pandemic, however, hit countries globally and nearly simultaneously...
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Technological Self-Sufficiency in China’s 14th Five-Year Plan

The following are some thoughts I shared on technology’s central role in China's 14th Five-Year Plan and implications for businesses...
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China’s 2021 Two Sessions and Its Impact on Multinationals

Get APCO's analysis of the Two Sessions, including analysis of the 14th Five Year Plan and details on the impact on multinationals. ..
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RCEP: Key Regional Trends for Multinational Companies

Read and download APCO's full report on RCEP, which includes country-specific analysis from APCO Worldwide’s consultants on the responses from around the region...
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Europe's Strategic Autonomy

It has been a buzzword for several years, but the concept of Europe’s ‘strategic autonomy’ has really gathered more attention over the last months in light of the COVID-19 crisis...
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CIIE: Pursuing Business Through "Pageantry"

APCO observed some noticeable changes on the ground that present opportunities for foreign companies to leverage the CIIE for public affairs purposes...
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2019 Belt and Road Forum Recap

Deciding to participate in the Belt and Road has always come with the potential for economic opportunities as well as possible risks and challenges. Companies need to consider all aspects of potential partnerships...
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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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What’s Next for Brexit?

The House of Commons 15 January vote against the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement was an extraordinary moment. For an incumbent government to lose on a major constitutional and international issue by more than two-thirds is unprecedented...
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Europe's Clean Mobility Package

The release coincides with COP23 in Bonn and with keeps the recent dieselgate scandal in mind,..
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