Trade wars and Brexit: How British business can prepare

 

Economist Linda Yueh shares her tips on how British business can be on the front foot when it comes to international trade.

As US and China tensions simmer and the UK continues exit negotiations with the EU, Linda discusses the risks businesses may face in 2019.

In this video, Linda shares how businesses can prepare to protect supply chains and also how to maximise the opportunities being created in the services and digital trade sectors.

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