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BREXIT Proven Tougher For EU Meat Traders, Chance For Third World Nations in Meat Export

UK is the third largest EU beef producer, the second largest poultry producer and the largest sheep meat producer, it is a net importer of meat from the EU except for sheep meat, for which it is a net exporter

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India To Overtake UK And France To Become Fifth-Largest Economy In 2018

"Despite temporary setbacks ... India's economy has still caught up with that of France and the UK and in 2018 will have overtaken them both to become the world's fifth largest economy in dollar terms," said Douglas McWilliams, Cebr deputy chairman

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UK Keeps Top Financial Sector Global Ranking, Brexit Seen As Risk

"Brexit is likely to create some economic friction with our largest trading partner - the EU and with an increasing number of regional and specialist centres arising in Asia and elsewhere - it is vital that the UK seek new trading and investment opportunities"

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Unilever Touts New Products, Structure To Fight Rivals

Over the next few years, Unilever expects to generate more of its sales from alternative channels like health and beauty stores, delivery services and online

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UK Plans To Double Visas To Non-EU Professionals Post Brexit

"As we prepare to leave the European Union (EU), I am clear that Britain will remain open for business. That means government doing all it can to secure a strong future for our thriving tech sector and ensure people in all corners of our nation share in the benefits of its success," Theresa May

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Mamata Woos Post-Brexit Investments To West Bengal

"West Bengal is a gateway to the north-eastern region. Our skills, talent, and technology is our advantage, which makes the state a great base for UK businesses," Mamta Banerjee

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Brexit Had No Affect In University Applications: Prof Robert Allison, VC, President, Loughborough University

The most popular couses among Indian Students is engineering, followed by business and economics, and the third is sports

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BNP Paribas Posts Higher Third-quarter Profits, Helped By Asset Sale

Overall, revenues fell 1.8 pervcent to 10.39 billion euros ($12.1 billion) over the quarter, below the 10.6 billion euros expected by analysts. Revenues were weighed down by adverse foreign exchange movements

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Global Economy: Place Your Bets For The Brexit Rate Hike

To hear some economists talk, the Bank of England is about to make a big mistake - raise interest rates just as the economy heads into what could be a major storm.

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UK Economy Stuck In Low Gear, Worries Grow As BoE Readies Rate Hike: PMI

Britain's economy remains stuck in low gear but price pressures are rising again, according to surveys on Wednesday that will probably keep the Bank of England on track to raise interest rates soon.

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UK Businesses Call For Three-year Brexit Transitional Deal

Until transitional arrangements can be agreed and trade discussed the risk of 'no deal' remains real and has to be planned for, with inevitable consequences for jobs and growth on both sides

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AISECT And Its Role In E-Governance

In the quest to advancing in the field e-governance, AISECT contributes and works very closely with the Government of India. The IT based company talks about digital India and developing scalability towards the national e-governance plan

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Congress Will Survive But Not Its Philosophy: Lord Meghnad Desai

Modi is an outsider in a different way as compared to Trump. The outsiders, who were deprived and did not gain anything from globalisation supported Trump

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