Jun 29th 2019

Politics this week

Politics this week

Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was humiliated by voters, as his attempt to reverse the mayoral election in Istanbul, which his party had lost, backfired spectacularly. At his behest, the electoral board ordered a re-run, but this week the opposition challenger, Ekrem Imamoglu, won by a much larger margin than in March: 54% to 45%. …

Business this week

Business this week

Tensions in the alliance between Renault and Nissan were on display at the latter’s annual shareholders’ meeting, the first since the arrest on financial-misconduct charges of Carlos Ghosn, who ran the alliance. Nissan’s investors directed most of their ire at Jean-Dominique Senard, Renault’s chairman, who has pushed for a full merger with Nissan and had threatened to scupper changes …

Financial services · Can the City survive Brexit?

Financial services · Can the City survive Brexit?

The world’s biggest international financial centre faces its toughest test THE WORLD has a handful of great commercial hubs. Silicon Valley dominates technology. For electronics, head to Shenzhen. The home of luxury is Paris and the capital of outsourcing is Bangalore, in India. One of the mightiest clusters of all is London, which hosts the globe’s …