Monthly Archives: May 2019

What do China’s sick pigs mean for British barbecues?

What do China’s sick pigs mean for British barbecues?

  The worst outbreak of African swine fever virus (ASFV) in fifty years is currently spreading in South East Asia. The disease, which first appeared in China’s Liaoning province in August 2018, threatens the region’s chief source of protein and China’s $128 billion pork industry, which provides 50% of the global supply. Compared with previousRead more

What does the escalating trade rivalry mean for business?

What does the escalating trade rivalry mean for business?

The bruising trade disputes between the largest two economies in the world – US and China are weighing heavily on global businesses. A dovish prospect of a trade deal has recently been reversed into a hawkish escalation towards an all-out trade war. Recently, President Trump announced tariff increase from 10% to 25% on $200 billionRead more

The Cyber Risk Outlook 2019: what’s on the horizon for cyber risk?

The Cyber Risk Outlook 2019: what’s on the horizon for cyber risk?

Today, the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies launches its 2019 Cyber Risk Outlook in partnership with RMS. The 2019 Outlook is the product of a full year of research and conversation with experts, an insightful look at the current cyber risk landscape and an assessment those areas that pose the greatest threat to business withRead more

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