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Gulf Today Report
Britain's exit from the European Union came with a price for British business owners despite the Brexit free trade deal.
As the year begins, entrepreneurs are finding out that they are required to pay duties on exports bound for the European Union.
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Indian stock indices at record peak as IT, bank shares shine
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The “rules of origin” is at the centre of the Brexit deal. It applies to all goods crossing the border and can affect businesses.
Based on the new rule, any good arriving Britain from abroad and then exported into the European Union will be charged a custom levy.
This new development has affected freight traffic to Ireland since Britain's Brexit on December 31.
Readers of a certain age may remember a former prime minister giving a misty-eyed speech referencing “old maids cycling to communion” and other similarly nostalgic totems (warm beer, cricket on the village green, you know the drill).
Prospects of a trade deal between Britain and the European Union appeared to dim on Wednesday, with the EU saying that even the smallest UK breach of the Brexit withdrawal treaty
World stock indexes edged up on Wednesday, with the S&P 500 boosted by gains in shares of Apple that offset Texas Instruments’ disappointing forecast, and the British pound steadied as European Union
Whether the UK leaves the EU by Boris Johnson’s artificial deadline of 31 October only matters only if you are interested in the terrifying egos of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings.
Inspiring bespoke projections and a speech by the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General at Al Wasl Plaza at the Expo 2020 Dubai on Saturday evening proved a spectacular start to the World Expo’s Global Goals Week.
Grenada celebrated its Expo 2020 Dubai National Day in colourful fashion as the Island of Spice provided the Caribbean flavour at Al Wasl Plaza.
The production capacity of the first project of the fifth phase of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park has increased from 300 megawatts (MW) to 330MW,
The Government of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KP) during the Investment conference in Dubai has signed $8 billion worth 44 Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with a number of UAE based firms as well as Egypt, Malaysia, Lebanon and others.