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5 Key Questions that Should Define Your China Strategy

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No longer simply the world’s factory, China has become a stronger global competitor and is now exporting capital, services and technology to buyers of all kinds in both developed and developing nations.

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Brexit Could Be Bad News for Middle-Market Companies

The passage of the UK’s Brexit referendum last month has sparked worries among many U.S. companies, but it appears middle-market companies are the most vulnerable to its effects.

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British Manufacturers Contemplate Post-EU Trade After Brexit

While Brexit isn't expected to have a significant negative impact on manufacturers here in the United States, British manufacturers are concerned about the loss of ability to serve EU countries through the single market.

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Brexit Vote Caught Most Business Leaders By Surprise

The success of the Leave movement in the UK, which culminated in yesterday’s Brexit vote, signals the beginning of the United Kingdom’s pull-out from the European Union, a process that will take at least two years.

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Expanded Panama Canal to Finally Open Next Month

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Two years after Panamanian leaders planned its opening to coincide with centennial celebrations, the Panama Canal will open a third, far wider and significantly deeper set of lock chambers next month before before an audience of political dignitaries and business leaders from around the world.

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Is Your Ability to Conduct Trans-Atlantic Trade in Jeopardy?

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The impact of the UK’s exit from the European Union following a positive June 23 referendum result has long been questioned. But now, the focus is also on what a “Brexit” will do to trans-Atlantic trade.

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