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Collateral Damage: How Brexit Affects European Financial Services in Europe
Collateral Damage: How Brexit Affects European Financial Services in Europe

As the Brexit clock ticks, and with no sign of progress on the Japanese wish, this seminar highlights the difficulties faced by Japanese financial institutions as they try to cope with the uncertainties of Brexit. It brings perspectives from other stakeholders and an opportunity to exchange views on the future of financial services offered to

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Tajikistan: The New Investment and Tourism Frontier
Tajikistan: The New Investment and Tourism Frontier

The Government of Tajikistan has established a National Development Strategy 2030. Through this overarching framework, Tajikistan is carrying reforms of its public administration, improving the investment and business climate, developing its private sector, attracting foreign direct investments and furthering regional and global interactions.

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China-CEE Relations: The Future of the 16+1 Platform
China-CEE Relations: The Future of the 16+1 Platform

Launched first in 2012, the “16+1” Cooperation Framework brings together a very diverse group of from the Baltics to the Balkans. Even from the beginning of the 16+1 process, Brussels has voiced concerns about the initiative as affecting the unity of the EU, undermining high-level standards, and exercising negative influence over EU Members.

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