Road to Brexit: Samsung Next snubs London for Berlin - EU companies in Britain prepare for the unknown - Chinese uptick in Q2
German carmaker Audi has drawn stern rebuke in Chinese social media for a new commercial that compares women to second-hand cars. The issue has the potential to hurt Audi's sales in one of its most important markets.
As a big exporter of goods, Germany is dependent on efficient infrastructure. Therefore, it's little surprise that China's new Silk Road project is also seen as important in Berlin. But too many questions remain open.
Britain's decision to leave the European Union is forcing the country's leading companies into a corner. No-frills airline easyJet is the latest in a series of relocations to prepare for life after Brexit.
The IMF has cut its 2017 growth forecast for the UK economy following a weak first quarter, suggesting Brexit is starting to hit consumers and businesses. The finance ministry renewed calls for a smooth exit from the EU.
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