Due to the looming Brexit, British businesses are experiencing a time of uncertainty. That affects not only multinational corporations, but also small businesses that depend on sales in other European markets.
"Wunderbar Together"? Ahead of the upcoming Year of German-American Friendship, observers with a deep experience of both countries discussed how Germany can reach out to Trump's America. It could all start with a beer.
The German chancellor did not mince words after the G7 fiasco, saying 'the times when we could fully rely on others are somewhat over.' Is the transatlantic relationship over? Dagmar Engel takes a closer look.
British finance chief Philip Hammond has backed away from a statement that risked inflaming Brexit talks. He has been criticized for his handling of financial provisions amid ongoing wrangling over the UK's divorce bill.
To many it's increasingly clear that Brexit is a case of economic self-harm. Movinga, a European relocations brokerage firm, has published a study on which EU cities London bankers and startups should move to.
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