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Brexit step by step

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As Brexit negotiations really start to heat up towards the business end of the process, Statista has made a timeline of the key dates and events that lay ahead for the UK and EU as they attempt to move towards the planned …

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How Long Will Europeans Work For?

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Eurostat have released an interesting forecast about how long a person can expect to be active in the European labour market during his or her life. The data is measured in years and it’s based on someone who was 15-years-old in 2017. …

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The USA’s Biggest Arms Export Partners

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President Trump has stated his unwillingness to impose any kind of punishment on Saudi Arabia following their alleged involvement in the murder of journalist and permanent U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey. The U.S. is the world’s biggest exporter of …

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The World’s Most Powerful Passports

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Some passports afford their bearers more freedom than others and this week, Japan was named the country with the world’s most powerful passport by the Henley Passport Index. At the beginning of this month, Myanmar granted Japanese citizens visa-free access, meaning visa-Japanese passport holders now …

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Key role of multinational companies in Pakistan

Key role of multinational companies in Pakistan

Like other developing countries, foreign investment in Pakistan is widely considered an important vehicle for its economic growth. Pakistan provides numerous opportunities with attractive returns for multinational companies (MNCs); fully protects foreign investment under the law and has also signed …

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Removal of constraints will rope in FDI from MNCs

Removal of constraints will rope in FDI from MNCs

Most countries have liberalized their policies to attract investments from foreign multinational corporations (MNCs). On the expectation that foreign MNCs will raise employment, exports, or tax revenue, or that some of the knowledge brought by the foreign companies may spill …

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