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The Future of Work – GBF Conference 2017, 14 November 2017
Britain’s Future in Europe – GBF Conference 2016, 3 March 2016
The German British Forum Conference 2015, 28 January 2015
Affiliates & Partners
German lessons for Britain on European workers
Brexit will cost BASF €10s millions a year
Driving change in the automotive sector – is it facing a perfect storm?
Merkel’s Germany: Shaper or Taker of a United Europe?
The Weaponization of Trade
One year on, how do we bridge the Brexit divide?
Putting UK back on the right road
Theresa May bewaffnet sich gegen ihre Feinde
Kielinger speech from the German British Chamber summer dinner
Trump and Germany: On Trade Imbalances and Exchange Rates
Brexit threat to London’s Euro role
Toward a Europe of the regions? Brexit’s Real Implications
Is English glory foreign-made?
Wisdom of the British crowd
Europe’s three psycho-battles
Why Germans mustn’t say the Brits should stay in the EU
Why Europe needs to resolve euro trilemma
German and proud – a response
BCCG: Opinions on the potential exit of the UK from the EU
Eurozone membership has protected traders
Can Britain afford to remain in its bubble?
Six Routes To A Richer World – Germany
German-Americans: The silent minority
Sterling at €1.33 is a threat
Learning from the Mittelstand: Long term lessons for the FTSE 100
German SMEs and the Russian Market
What do business and football have in common?
The awesome (and chilling) genius of the Germans: From soccer to supermarkets, and factory floors to battlefields our European cousins are a force to be reckoned with
Germany — The Home of Smart Innovation
Scottish independence and UK leaving the EU – Both a mistake
What Paul the Octopus could never predict
Keeping up with the Schmidts – response to apprentice article in The Economist
David Marsh’s weekly column published in the German business newspaper Handelsblatt and on website MarketWatch (part of Dow Jones)
Growing activity by reserve-rich economies could exacerbate European tensions
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