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Why Free Trade Zones may not be the magical solution to Brexit’s economic woes

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Immingham, Lincolnshire is a relatively unknown town with a grand population of 9,641. The small town features very average architecture and a rather unremarkable shoreline. By the sounds of it, Immingham is an unmemorable town with every reason to be ignored by the rest of the British population. So why – of all places – …

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Why Big Ben’s Brexit bongs would set the wrong tone for Britain

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With Brexit day being on the horizon, the formalities of Britain’s initial exit from the EU have been given the go-ahead by Parliament. The necessary legislation was given royal assent last week, meaning it has been written into law and the government can now turn its focus to negotiations on the future relationship with the …

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Guest Article: The Importance of People in Organisations

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In the beginning, the sole purpose for creating and conducting business was purely financial this can be seen in pictures of traditional Tunisian markets in 1899. Shopkeepers would aim to simply supply their products to the customers who demanded it, both were mutually exclusive. Fast forward to today’s business world where massive expeditions and conferences …

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Corruption: EU revives proposal to tackle money laundering

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“A string of developments across the European Union suggests that the battle against money laundering is far from won.” In September 2019, Dutch bank ABN AMRO was investigated for money laundering. The same month, German authorities raided Deutsche Bank’s Frankfurt headquarters looking for information related to a money laundering scandal. Also in September, Swedbank agreed …

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The Art of Diplomacy Pt 2: Buddy-Up with the ‘New’ Kids on the Block.

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In Part 1 ‘Franchising Cultural Heritage’ we explored the concept of using art as a means of facilitating diplomatic relationships between countries. If you haven’t yet read it, you can check that article out here. In this second part of the series, we explore the growth of the art market and the challenges that come …

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Veganuary: Paving the way for a more Sustainable Future?

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What is Veganuary?As we begin a new year many people around the world partake in the tradition of making new year’s resolutions; things they wish to change, challenges they want to undertake and personal goals to strive to achieve. For several years now there have been many January ‘trends’, with the most popular being termed …

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