In light of uncertainty around Brexit, McLaren has decided to double down on manufacturing in the United Kingdom.
The growth of the solar industry is under threat because of Tariffs being proposed on imported solar cells, which had contributed greatly towards getting cost of solar energy down to a level conducive for mass adoption.
How should a brand new Chinese aircraft manufacturer go about entering the US market?
BMW manages the risk caused by increasing isolationism through a combination of its global production network and active currency hedging.
A small US manufacturer sells 60% of its products to foreign companies. If the US adopts a protectionist trade stance and increases antidumping duties on foreign countries, there's a good chance foreign countries will respond with duties of their own. As a small player in this international market, what can the US manufacturer do to mitigate the risks that duties destroy their future profitability?
Following a 300% tariff hike on the C-Series aircraft, Bombardier entered a joint venture by giving a majority stake in the program to Airbus for free. Their combined supply chain poses a threat to Boeing in the single-aisle market.
International trade has “democratized” the aircraft industry. Can major players sustain control over an increasingly global supply chain and survive the threat of international OEMs?
In a protectionist political environment, Boeing must adjust its tactics in civil aviation after Bombardier and Airbus outmaneuvered it by forcing it to choose between opposing American jobs and accepting increased foreign competition.
How can Oxford University maintain its global influence after the Brexit vote?
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What wizardry can save the company's future?