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Playing with Fire: Why We Need to Decouple Climate, Trade and Human Rights

Climate policy, trade and human rights will be defining features and they have become three inflammable ingredients in shaping the bilateral relationship...
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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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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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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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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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How to Navigate the Latest in the US-China Trade Situation

Recent presidential tweets “ordering” U.S. companies to begin looking for alternatives to manufacturing in China raised many questions and concerns among business leaders. Looking forward, it’s critical for corporate leaders to stay informed and be prepared to act...
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New Things in the Old World

In the wake of Europe’s seismic political shifts, it is more important than ever to understand Brussels...
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What 'Settlers' Teaches us About Global Trade

Settlers of Catan is an apt metaphor for the geopolitical developments that accompany China’s rise to the world stage...
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Showdown in Beijing

Potential U.S. team for talks with China reflects a lack of coherent strategy, while China is cautious and anticipates a long process...
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Three Types of Chinese Investments in Europe

What do a number of Italian football clubs, Greek ports, German enterprises, and prime UK real estate have in common? They were all the targets of Chinese investment in the last few years...
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