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China's Belt and Road Could Boost Global Trade by 12%, ING Says
Chinas Belt and Road campaign could increase global trade by as much as 12 percent by halving trading costs for countries involved in the sprawling initiative, according to an economist at ING Groep NV
11 2018 | Viewed: 63 | Analytics | Read full
Electric vehicles could cause $92bn tax shortfall
IEA report implies electricity displacing almost 4.8m b/d of petrol and diesel by 2030
1 2018 | Viewed: 46 | Analytics | Read full
Electric vehicles could cause $92bn tax shortfall
IEA report implies electricity displacing almost 4.8m b/d of petrol and diesel by 2030
31 2018 | Viewed: 49 | Analytics | Read full
Oil companies in new rush to explore North Sea
Basin is back as 123 licences offered in latest round includes 8 exploration wells
24 2018 | Viewed: 83 | Analytics | Read full
Analysis Oil
Oil price has sectors investors eyeing a windfall
23 2018 | Viewed: 116 | Analytics | Read full
The winners and losers from $80 a barrel crude oil
Producer countries and energy companies gain as consumers and airlines are hit
21 2018 | Viewed: 96 | Analytics | Read full
Fitch Says EM Is Vulnerable as Debt Balloons to $19 Trillion
Debt levels that quadrupled in a decade have made emerging markets vulnerable to tightening financial conditions in the era of rising U.S. interest rates, Fitch Ratings said
18 2018 | Viewed: 98 | Analytics | Read full
Number of EU workers in UK falls for first time since 2010, employers concerned
The number of European Union nationals working in Britain fell for the first time in eight years at the start of 2018, according to official figures on Tuesday that are likely to stir unease among some employers
16 2018 | Viewed: 63 | Analytics | Read full
Airlines in America fail in their campaign against the Gulf carriers
But they do not want to admit it
15 2018 | Viewed: 64 | Analytics | Read full
FT Executive Education Rankings 2018
Quality comes at a cost for top-scoring programmes
14 2018 | Viewed: 62 | Analytics | Read full
Chemicals boss Ratcliffe tops Sunday Times Rich List
Jim Ratcliffe, the founder and boss of chemical giant Ineos, is the richest man in the United Kingdom, according to the Sunday Times Rich List, first among a record 145 billionaires living in the country
14 2018 | Viewed: 55 | Analytics | Read full
Don't Skype Me: How Microsoft Turned Consumers Against a Beloved Brand
Since buying the internet phone service in 2011, Microsoft has signed up corporations like GE and alienated long-time Skypers
11 2018 | Viewed: 56 | Analytics | Read full
Irish court rejects Facebook bid to delay EU data privacy case
Irelands High Court has refused a request by Facebook to delay referral to Europes top court of a landmark privacy case that could strike down legal instruments used by U.S. tech companies to transfer EU users data to the United States
3 2018 | Viewed: 80 | Analytics | Read full
A princely sum
Delivering a prince in Britain costs less than the average American birth
American hospitals charge more than $10,000, enough for a stay in Londons swankiest maternity suite
27 2018 | Viewed: 143 | Analytics | Read full
US shale groups reach self-financing milestone
Sectors top groups finally generate enough cash to cover cost of new wells
24 2018 | Viewed: 67 | Analytics | Read full
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