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Caught in the cross-fire: the effects of the US-China trade war on European companies

On 3rd September 2018, the European Chamber published the re­sults of a survey conducted earlier in the summer.

State of play of EU-China relations

The Trump Administration considers China a strategic competitor to confront, rather than a country with which to engage. The EU, on the contrary, refers to China as a strategic partner and, despite persistent and considerable differences in position in some areas, continues to engage.

It’s Time for Good Faith and Meaningful Action

The European business community continues to feel the impacts of the US-China trade conflict, as the 2nd March deadline for resolving the tensions looms. Disrupted by tariffs on USD 250 billion in Chinese imports to the US, and USD 110 billion in American imports into…

How to Unlock Your Organisation’s Data Analytics Potential

Tom Diplock, Partner and Head of Data & Analytics, Phillip Meier, Principal and Stuart Robertson, a manager at L.E.K. Consulting, say that the use of data analytics in your company should not be the preserve of a handful of experts – it should be available…

The Emperor’s New Clothes

Gaining an Advantage by Acknowledging the Naked Truth About Cultural Differences

Business as a Force for Good

 The European Chamber Presents Its 5th Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)  Awards

The Role of Energy within BRI

Business and Geopolitical Perspectives