From a political point of view, 2020 is perceived as a purely American affair, with the presidential election in November. But that might not be a given. In Europe, there is always something happening. The attention could soon turn to Germany.
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This is it. 31 January 2020 is Brexit Day and marks the beginning of the end of the UK’s membership of the European Union.
‘They are, frankly, more difficult to do business with China’…. Those were the words from President Trump regarding Europe. With the Phase I trade deal with China ‘in the bag’, it’s time to turn to Europe. After all, having forced China into buying an additional USD 200 billion worth of goods over the next two years, why not having a go at Europe?