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By Jonathan Faull
20 November 2018
On Monday, the United States completed the re-imposition of sanctions suspended as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran deal, related to Iran’s nuclear program.
By Jennifer Fowler
06 November 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
A couple of weeks ago a CEO expressed their frustration at employees not understanding the company strategy. They said: “when I ask employees to explain our strategy, each person gives a different answer. What can I do?”
By Nick Howard
04 October 2018
The rise of populism around the world, including in Europe, is certainly not a new phenomenon. It has been a major preoccupation for many decades, but it has resurfaced with growing vigor after the 2007 financial crisis. It features increasingly at the top of the EU’s list of concerns because of some serious recent developments. There are (at least) five reasons why the populist challenge is more dangerous than ever before.
By Anthony Gardner
14 September 2018
On July 6, the United States started imposing a 25 per cent import tariff on $34 billion of Chinese imports on a list of 818 products. On the same day, China retaliated by imposing an identical tariff on an identical value of US imports.
By Anthony Gardner
16 July 2018
The Future of the Corporation is a major initiative by the British Academy to investigate how economic, social and technological factors are shaping and changing the nature of business and how business needs to respond to these opportunities and challenges.
By Lucy Parker
16 October 2017
After a wrenching battle and a last-ditch attempt to derail the whole process, Brazil has removed President Dilma Rousseff and is set to install Michel Temer in her place. Now comes the hard part: getting the country back on track.
By Thomas Kamm
12 January 2016