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Gulf Employees Look to Governments for COVID-19 Guidance

New research from APCO Insight shows that concerns about the impact of COVID-19 are high in the Arabian Gulf....
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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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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 to Look for at the 19th Chinese NPC

On October 18, 2017, the 19th NCCPC will be held in Beijing, presided over by President Xi Jinping who is expected to continue for a second five-year term as general secretary....
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Working with Germany's New Government

For businesses and advocacy groups the challenge of this government composition will be to deal with its specific simultaneity of change and continuity. ...
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Brazil’s Recovery Faces Crucial Challenges

Brazil is increasingly attracting the scrutiny of investors worldwide as the country enters a key phase for its economy....
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Privatizing Air Traffic Control

Craig Fuller, co-chair of APCO's International Advisory Committee, shares his thoughts on the importance of the FAA's air technology modernization efforts. ...
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This year China’s legislature ratified the 13th Five Year Plan (2016-2020), the country’s highest-level policy planning document and the first developed under President Xi Jinping. In these videos, James McGregor, chairman of APCO Worldwide in Greater China, and Lilian Rogers, associate consultant at APCO’s Beijing office, discuss what to watch for in China over the next five years and whether the 13th FYP encapsulates lofty dreams or realistic reforms for the country’s future. ...
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China 2017: Year in Review

Having set his house in order, Xi now aspires to lead China onto the global stage in a far more confident manner than before....
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