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China tariff cut a sign it has to deal with Trump after impeachment vote
Responding to news that China has halved tariffs on more than 1,700 US goods, Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School said:

Emission claims could backfire on Ryanair after being banned by advertising watchdog
Dr Frederik Dahlmann, associate professor of sustainability at Warwick Business School, said:

Prospect of WTO terms remains a concern for business after PM's speech
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Real work starts now on Brexit amid "utter lack of clarity" of future trade
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Security experts always said they can manage Huawei, 5G throws up bigger challenges
Professor Mark Skilton, a digital communications and cyber security at Warwick Business School, said:

It will take more than 1,000 extra Facebook staff to clean up social media
Professor Mark Skilton, a digital communications expert at Warwick Business School, said:

JLR job cuts are taste of things to come without right deal on EU trade
In response to news that Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will cut 500 jobs at its Halewood factory, Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management and an automotive industry expert at Warwick Business School, said:

Flybe faces struggle to raise finance as high costs force airlines into bankruptcy
Professor Loizos Heracleous, an aviation industry expert from Warwick Business School, said:

Expert comment: Press conference adds to drama but still hard to say what Carlos Ghosn did wrong
Following the press conference given by Carlos Ghosn, Professor Christian Stadler, an expert in leadership and the automotive industry at Warwick Business School, said:

Proposed savings from Chrysler-Peugeot merger look unlikely and UK may bear brunt
Commenting on the merger between Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot, John Colley, Associate Dean of Warwick Business School and an expert on company mergers, said:

No certainty for business as rush to 'get Brexit done' puts economic growth at risk
Following reports that the Prime Minister plans to legislate to prevent further delays to Brexit beyond December 2020, Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, said:

Tariff threats will follow tech tax but internet monopolies must be addressed
Professor Mark Skilton, digital media expert at Warwick Business School and industry director of the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Network, comments:

US demands should come as no surprise given UK approach to trade talks
Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, comments on the leaked documents on UK-US trade talks.

Withdrawing Uber licence is 'the only way to make them listen'
Professor John Colley, Associate Dean of Warwick Business School, comments on the removal of Uber's license in London.

Expert comment: Firms should be clamouring to promote women to exec roles but should not be forced
Responding to the Hampton-Alexander review of women in senior management positions, Professor Nicolai Foss, of Warwick Business School, said:

Proroguing Parliament and no deal Brexit gives businesses no certainty
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School

'More optimistic' OBR forecast more likely than severe recession, says economist
Expert comment from Dr Ivan Petrella, associate professor of economics at Warwick Business School

Expert comment on the US threatening tariffs on EU goods
Expert comment on the US threatening tariffs on EU goods from Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School. He researches international trade, and has consulted and researched for the World Bank, the European Commission, UKTI, BIS and the OECD.

Cliff edge avoided but delayed Brexit offers businesses no certainty to invest
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School.

Politicians are desperate to end Brexit uncertainty, but this is just the start
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School.

Hurried tariffs with no thought of winners and losers no solution to no deal Brexit
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School.

Annual results positive for Volkswagen but tougher times ahead
Expert comment from Christian Stadler, Professor of Strategic Management at Warwick Business School and author of the book Enduring Success on long-lasting corporations. He is an expert on the car manufacturing industry.

Rushing tariff cuts for 'no deal' Brexit leaves no time to analyse winners or losers
Expert comment from Nigel Driffield, professor of international business at Warwick Business School

No deal Brexit to put 'almost 20 per cent of jobs at risk' and hit weaker regions hardest
The Government needs to avoid a hard Brexit to protect industry and ensure that leaving the EU does not disproportionately hurt weaker regions of the UK, experts have warned.

Ending freedom of movement may hurt Brits more as EU nationals have 'given up on UK
Expert comment from Professor Guglielmo Meardi, director of the industrial relations unit at Warwick Business School.

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