European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel take part in the Online G7 Summit in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday . Reuters
The British pound rose on Tuesday as opposition parties vowed to try and pass a law to prevent a no-deal Brexit at the end of October, encouraging traders to buy sterling even though most fear the country is headed for a disorderly exit from the EU.
Britain will prioritise trying to save jobs over tax rises while the COVID-19 pandemic batters the economy, though record borrowing and a $2.6 trillion debt pile cannot be sustained for ever, Chancellor of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday.
The prime minister of Britain and the chief of the European Union told their chief negotiators on Saturday to get back together and push “intensively” to strike a post-Brexit trade deal before time runs out in a matter of weeks.
Britain unveiled a 30 billion-pound ($39 billion) stimulus plan to help the economy as it faces the risk of a coronavirus recession, hours after the Bank of England (BoE) slashed interest rates in a double-barrelled response to the crisis.
The past months leading up to the launch of the global event Expo 2020 Dubai witnessed an exceptional growth in general in real estate sales transactions in terms of volume and value.
Expo 2020 Dubai is literally “Connecting Minds and Creating the Future” by providing promising opportunities to foster global partnerships and develop fruitful collaboration
Music fans visiting Expo 2020 Dubai this weekend will be spoilt for choice, with major local and international acts taking to the stage each night this weekend.