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Expo 2020 : Topical Focus

Expo 2020, the first ever World Expo hosted in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region, is showcasing the best examples of collaboration, cooperation and innovation from around the world.

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Dubai Property Outlook : Bouncing Back Strongest

Paul Rothschild, Chief Advisor at PLDD Platinum Luxury Design & Development and BlackRock Asset Services, discusses Dubai’s property market, the impact of COVID-19 and what’s in store.

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DocuSign: From Paper to Platform

COVID-19 has changed many aspects of our work and lives. Looking to the digital transformation of signatures, we turn to Matt Gibbons, Regional Vice President at DocuSign, and compare the old ways to the new.

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CETA : The EU-Canada Summit

As the EU's most advanced and progressive trade agreement to date, CETA is a landmark accord that sets the benchmark for future agreements.

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UAE : A Thriving Hub for Entrepreneurs

The UAE continues to serve as a hub for business innovation: a new study shows the number of LinkedIn members noting entrepreneurship has doubled in the past year.

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World Brand Congress

World Brand Congress celebrates its Silver Jubilee in 2016 with a schedule of global events celebrating innovation in diverse areas.

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Hybrid Strategy Challenges Traditional Global Business Norm

Following a hybrid competitive strategy leads to superior financial performance in the internationalisation of high-technology companies, shows a new Finnish study in the field of marketing.

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UK Economy Needs to Upskill to Secure Future Growth

If the right steps are taken to optimise the UK’s digital capability, GDP could experience an additional £59 billion boost by 2020.

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Is the EU’s New Circular Economy Package Reasonable?

On the 2nd December, 2015 the European Commission’s new Circular Economy Package was announced. Predictably, it received a mixed reaction.

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Delays in Cutting Emissions set to Cost Developing Countries Billions

Economies in developing countries face being crushed under the double burden of climate change adaptation costs of almost $800 billion and more than twice that in economic losses every year by 2050 if pledges to cut emissions are not improved.

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