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The EU and Japan: Natural Partners in Digital Policy?

We can expect the EU and Japan to have an increasing impact on the future of digital regulation, given their common values and shared economic interests in the digital economy....
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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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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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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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Trade Tensions Could Hurt the Auto Industry

The escalating trade tensions between the United States and China could have serious consequences for auto manufacturers, suppliers, and consumers in both markets....
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Trump’s Cuba Policy: Three Predictions

It appears that this Friday, Cuba-watchers will have their answers, as President Trump plans to unveil the results of his administration’s Cuba policy review in Miami. ...
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The Four Principles of Champion Brands: China

Since 1999, the year China’s "Going Out" strategy was first announced, China has dreamed of creating global brands. ...
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FDI in an "America First" Administration

In this white paper, APCO Worldwide provides its global public affairs insight and offers specific recommendations for Chinese entities who seek to expand in the United States....
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