The UK issued a position paper outlining proposals for allowing trade to continue between Ireland and Northern Ireland without erecting physical borders post-Brexit, but uncertainties remain.
A proposed new data protection law will strengthen information privacy rules in the UK and bring the country in line with EU law, ensuring the free flow of information between Europe and the UK post-Brexit.
President Trump’s visit to Warsaw highlighted Poland’s steady rise to economic prominence over the last two decades. The Eastern European nation is now poised to join the ranks of IMF advanced economies. The last country to make that leap was South Korea 20 years ago.
In April, UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for a snap general election. Last week, her gamble failed to pay off as her Conservative Party lost their majority of Parliamentary seats. Here's how the election results could affect Brexit.
The European Court of Justice ruled last week that an EU-Singapore free trade agreement must be concluded jointly by the EU and all 28 EU member states. This post explains why experts differ on whether the ruling will meaningfully affect Brexit negotiations.
Here are some areas of international employment multinationals must consider in a time of widespread global regulatory change.
London is home to some 200,000 French expats and is sometimes facetiously called France’s sixth largest city. Brexit-related uncertainties have some London-based French expats worried, while French authorities see an opportunity to woo them back home.
This post explores some immigration-related changes that will likely take place in the UK as a result of Brexit.
Here are three points from Theresa May’s historic January 17, 2017 Brexit speech that US multinationals should know.