China is still an opportunity, but the rules of the game have changed forever. What steps should foreign multinationals take to future-proof their China business?
Great things happen when the right risks have been taken
Insight and intelligence foster success in a volatile world
True security is not a reaction, it’s a business plan
Effective compliance makes you more competitive and more resilient
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Today’s crises are more frequent and more complex than ever. They challenge an organization’s resilience as never before. As the nature of crises changes, so must your organization. How do you stand ready, respond effectively and recover stronger?
With US duties now affecting Chinese imports worth USD 250bn and Trump threatening to double that level, this quantitative tariff escalation will soon be felt more keenly in both countries. However, an equally disruptive qualitative evolution has also begun.
There are a number of common mistakes we see as organizations establish global readiness programs. They can lead to a plan that sits unused on a shelf when disruptions occur. Getting the set-up right will help ensure the global adoption.
Islamic State is under pressure following territorial losses in the Middle East. But it is not yet defeated as either a military or ideological force. Meanwhile, we are seeing increasingly diverse terrorism threats globally - not necessarily more severe, but often less predictable.
The first indications are that, unlike in the case of Iran, doing business in Russia or with Russian firms remains possible for companies worldwide, albeit with numerous caveats and a set of compliance measures.
The ubiquity of the cloud, WiFi networks and cheaper roaming charges enable travellers to be connected throughout their journey – but also present opportunities for cyber threat actors to target new technologies, which are often built with limited or no security.