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"There is real concern about nationalisation, very heavy regulation and massive tax rises" should a Labour government get in power
December 18, 2017
In the maelstrom of the Brexit negotiations, British companies have been having a harder time than most international peers
While EV emissions are good news for the planet the materials used to produce them are rasing concerns
November 19, 2017
Tech juggernaut says its platform is an ideal tool for communication during a difficult period for the industry
August 2, 2017
Social media helps women demonstrate they mean business
The country already punches above its weight in cutting-edge technology and new government initiatives are being put in place to accelerate its development. But, with Brexit looming, there are major challenges ahead.
March 7, 2017
Software companies gain a presence here with an eye on growth.
As 2017 gets going, British business is looking fit. The fall in the pound, meanwhile, is giving small UK firms new opportunites in the UAE and further afield.
January 18, 2017
It is finding that the Middle East market offers richer rewards, despite the higher barriers to entry.
But while Farfetch is having huge success in selling to the fashionistas of the UAE, back in Europe the company, like all tech businesses, faces challenges hiring and retaining staff.
December 12, 2016
Britain has one third of Europe’s start-up employees and has attracted billions of euros in investment in the past five years. But a falling sterling and labour restrictions threaten its technology aspirations.
Amid falling sentiment post-Brexit, a growing property asset class is attracting investors and developers keen to take advantage of a new wave of residents who choose not to buy a home, despite being able to, and prefer to rent instead.
November 21, 2016
JLL and Savills, two of the UK’s leading property consultancies, have highlighted the difficulty of looking forward for the market at this point in time.
November 20, 2016
With Dubai Tussauds in the pipeline, the firm aims for its business to be in a mix of Asia, the US and Europe.
October 6, 2016
The theme park featuring thousands of models built with the toy bricks opens this month. The UK firm creating the models is confident the attraction will be a major addition to the emirate’s tourism sector.
Pakistani Hindu migrants celebrate Indian citizenship promise while Muslims protest
Lebanon turns to World Bank and IMF as country faces economic meltdown
Newly elected Algerian president Abdelmadjid Tebboune promises a 'new Algeria'
Qantas chooses Airbus A350 for world's longest non-stop flight
Why one Emirati student is taking his UAE Land Cruiser around the US