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The U.K. prime minister may already have made too many compromises to be able to opt for either a hard withdrawal or a new referendum to remain.
While Paris is following due process on Carlos Ghosn, it’s also looking at possible fresh blood at Renault and changes in governance. That’s welcome.
That huge investment from a carmaker appears to be influencing the company’s business model, which may not suit all shareholders.
SoftBank’s telecom unit targeted individual investors for its IPO. They’re unlikely to be happy right now.
“He knew he had committed serious offenses, and he knew that prosecutors had him dead to rights.”
Will it be “ferret up trousers” or some type of “reverse ferret?” We shall soon see.
The government can’t afford to see the industry stumble, because formal lenders are capital-constrained and might not be able to pick up the slack.
The leadership seems to have forgotten what made Deng Xiaoping's plan work.