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Empirical Foresights launches Global Economics Synposis report

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Empirical Foresights announced today the official launch of Global Economic Synopsis report series. This series tracks important developments in world economy and provides a curated summary of news stories, articles and events gathered from a diverse set of sources. "As global economic networks bec…

Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recovery

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New book praises Ireland's contribution to European recovery, defends its business model and highlights the remaining debt challenge Sacrifices made by the Irish people were crucial not only to Ireland's recovery but to the recovery of the Euro and European economy. However, high levels of public an…

British cyclists to help save the economy

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Specialist Hi-Vis and sportswear company Proviz, have been supporting cyclists safety since 2009. In the last 4 years the demand for bicycle Hi-Vis products have increased dramatically, now making 70% of the company's sales. The growing cyclist community has led to the announcement that new cycle su…

Ecommerce, choose Fe-el digital agency.

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Fe-el digital agency, after years of experience in ecommerce and creation of websites selling products online, launches a department dedicated to E-commerce. Ecommerce.fe-el.com is a department of fe-el.srl dedicated to e-commerce for small, medium and large companies. The service includes the st…

The Current Signatories to the OECD’s Convention

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On 29 May 2013, a further nine countries signed the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters (the "Convention"), at a ceremony held by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The OECD described the Convention as 'a freestanding multilate…

2013 named as ‘Year of the Freelancer’

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Experts have named 2013 the 'Year of the Freelancer' and are urging conventional workers to escape the nine-to-five drudgery of a regular job and join the lucrative and fulfilling world of self-employment. Freelancer tax specialist Nixon Williams has highlighted the recent boom in freelancing - w…

UK out of recession, but what does this mean for SMEs

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The lead story in the press last week was that the economy has emerged from recession, and the UK is “on the right track” having grown by 1% in the third quarter of 2012. But the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, warned that, whilst “the economy is healing,” there is still a lo…

Tubular Skylights Can Increase Productivity and Make People Happier

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Bristolite, a daylighing system specialist located in Santa Ana, California sheds new light on the growing concept of daylighting with skylight design, and tubular skylights. Smaller spaces can benefit from the advantages of aylighting by installing tubular skylights. These skylights are the answ…

David E Bland evokes debate with his new Blog

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I stumbled across a courageous new blog the other Day that had me hooked from the get go. David E Bland author of 'Fundamental Tensions' and the more recent 'Personal Political Economy' ignites tension with his direct and unabashed Daily entries. For People who want an insightful view on economical …

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