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Will Biden punish Britain for Brexit?

Will Biden punish Britain for Brexit?

Joe Biden's Irish ancestry and opposition to Brexit means many in the UK are looking on nervously given that a trade deal with the US is yet to be agreed.

How Trump lost his war on FDI

How Trump lost his war on FDI

Donald Trump quickly went on the offensive against the TPP and Nafta, and frequently attacked moves towards globalisation, but has the US's relationship with FDI changed in the past four years?

What the Brexit deal means for manufacturing

What the Brexit deal means for manufacturing

The widespread opinion among manufacturers was that any deal would be better than a no-deal Brexit. However, now that the trade deal has been secured, the negotiations are far from over.

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UK logistics sector faces Brexit chaos

UK logistics sector faces Brexit chaos

As 31st December approaches, the UK’s logistics sector is one of the many in the country expected to face challenges within the still unknown Brexit trade scenario.

War and peace and FDI

War and peace and FDI

The link between foreign direct investment and peace is clear, but the direction in which it runs is less obvious.

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The UK Agriculture Bill: Food for thought

The UK Agriculture Bill: Food for thought

The standard of food imports to the UK has formed a big part of the Brexit debate, and the issue will not go away as the Agriculture Bill makes its way through the Houses of Parliament.

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