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We have started seeing a steady flow of force majeure claims across our network, following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus first reported in Wuhan, China on 31 December 2019 and the consequential surveillance and controls introduced by the Chinese and other governments.
In the first of a series of podcasts on boardroom actions and attitudes to risk, as featured in our 'View from the top' study commissioned in partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, Matthew Newick, Global Head of Litigation and Dispute Resolution, speaks to Peter Harris, Counsel, about how political volatility is now business as usual, and how political risk looks set to rise on the corporate agenda in the near future.
The European Commission and UK government have set out their positions ahead of forthcoming trade talks. Both state that their aim is to maintain duty free, quota free access to each other's markets. Yet, at first sight, the conditions attached by each side appear incompatible.
Is there room for compromise? We take a closer look.
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