Why Trump’s Policies Will Probably Result in a Trade War with China
by Prof. Dr. Steve H. Hanke
The United States has recorded a trade deficit in each year since 1975. And this is not surprising...
The Grand Transition – Reacting to the Upheaval of the Energy Markets
by Michael Sen
Two years have now passed since we announced the radical realignment of E.ON to the energy markets of the future and the spinoff of the conventional power
generation and other traditional system businesses into the Uniper Group. Based on our analysis, the businesses of conventional energy supply and those of the
emerging energy future could no longer be managed ideally under one roof.
Market Volatility: A Driving Force for Corporate Strategy
by Dr. Andreas Ludwig
Flexibility is key when dealing with volatility and creates security. International diversification can help absorb different fluctuations. But especially the organization’s ability to adapt to changing markets is crucial. Dr. Andreas Ludwigs, CEO of the Umdasch Group, outlines what measures his company has taken to reach this ability.