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Brunswick Geopolitical helps companies understand the complexities and risk in key markets around the world, enabling them to better anticipate, prepare for and react to significant geopolitical events that affect their businesses. Authored by Dominick Donald, former foreign affairs and defence editorial writer at The Times, our “Events to Watch” looks at some of emerging global themes over the coming months.
11 December 2018
Tensions in US China relations were taken to an entirely new level last Thursday with the news that Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer and deputy chairman of Huawei, as well as the daughter of the firm's founder, was arrested in Vancouver at the request of the US authorities.
By Yan Mei
10 December 2018
China’s President Xi Jinping on Monday will open the six-day inaugural China International Import Expo in Shanghai (“CIIE”). As one of China’s key diplomatic events of 2018, this is far more than just another trade fair. It is a platform to demonstrate that China is open for business—and is set to open to the rest of the world even wider.
By Yan Mei
02 November 2018
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