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Iata outlines urgent priorities to minimise Brexit impacts

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) has called for urgent action by the UK and the European Union to put in place contingency planning for the continuation of air services in the event of a ‘no-deal Brexit’, and to mov

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Real estate 'top attraction' for Mideast investors post brexit

Real estate remains attractive for Middle Eastern investors seeking portfolio diversification and a hedge against inflation, said a top industry expert.   "Despite the uncertainty and headwinds from Brexit, a weaker curr

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Brexit chief negotiator to speak at WTM Leaders’ Lunch

The European Parliament’s chief negotiator of Britain’s exit from the European Union, Guy Verhofstadt, is the keynote speaker at the exclusive WTM Leaders’ Lunch on the first day of WTM London, taking place this November.

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UK brokers focus on Mideast buyers at Cityscape

UK real estate brokers are preparing to take advantage of a surge of interest in British property at the upcoming Cityscape Global, a major real estate event in Dubai, UAE with Brexit providing reduced prices for US dollar pegged investors from

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EU ready to start Brexit negotiations, says Merkel

German chancellor Angela Merkel said the EU was ready to negotiate and said she sees no obstacles in the way of beginning Brexit talks as scheduled after Theresa May failed to win a majority in Thursday's UK election.  

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DGCX volumes hit 1.4m valued at $33.5bn

The Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX), the region’s largest derivatives bourse, saw brisk trading in the month of March, with volumes aggregating to 1.4 million contracts, valued at $33.5 billion. The Average Daily

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No turning back, says May seeking EU exit

Declaring there was no turning back, Prime Minister Theresa May formally began Britain's divorce from the European Union on Wednesday. In one of the most significant steps by a British leader since World War Two, May notified

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Theresa May signs the letter to trigger Brexit

  British Prime Minister Theresa May has signed the letter that will formally begin the UK's departure from the European Union, a BBC report said.   Giving official notice under Article 50 o

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What businesses can expect in 2017

London Business School’s leading thinkers give us their views on the challenges and opportunities that businesses will encounter in 2017.From ongoing uncertainty over Brexit and the global economy to transformations in organisational cultu

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British MPs approval must for Brexit, says high court

In a major setback for Prime Minister Theresa May, the UK high court has ruled that the Parliament alone has the power to trigger Brexit by notifying Brussels of the UK’s intention to leave the European Union, saia a report.

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