Christoph Leitl, the president of Eurochambres, discusses why the UK and the EU must now act in each others' best interests, how Europe's Green Deal should be implemented, and why SMEs are all important.
Law and regulation
Many states are claiming to be 'open for business', but US borders are largely closed to foreign investors due to a recent change in entry policies, writes US immigration attorney Amanda Brill.
As economies recover from the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, many will be reviewing their tax policies. Chris Denning of MHA MacIntyre Hudson looks at what companies can do to prepare themselves.
Mattias Hedwall, head of Baker McKenzie’s global international commercial and trade group, identifies the legal and regulatory themes that will dominate the rest of 2021.
If Europe is to build its own Silicon Valley, Brussels bureaucrats must provide the right kind of support to tech companies, or get out of the way.
Chinese investments are inflaming a health and environmental emergency in the western Balkans. Why are politicians turning a blind eye?
John Denton, secretary-general of the International Chamber of Commerce, is calling for the reform of global institutions to meet the challenges of the post-Covid economy.