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Growing hubs around the world

On June 29, 2015 By

Whilst London dithers regarding a new runway, others are racing ahead.

Two years ago Turkey announced a new airport plan – by 2018 it will be complete with […]

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Just north of Punta Gorda, the view of Nicaragua’s Miskito coast is much as Christopher Columbus would have seen it when he first sailed these waters […]

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At a cost of £31 bn construction of the 278km canal will start in December.

The project is expected to include two ports, an airport, a resort […]

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12 new data maps of London

On November 18, 2014 By

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Just MINT?

On January 10, 2014 By

 Following the BRICS we now have MINT. 

The new acronym for Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.  With joint economies worth $3bn these countries have shown resiliance during the […]

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India – globalisation

On February 19, 2013 By

UK Prime Minister Cameron has been in India drumming up business for the UK economy.  

He has taken with him a collection of executives from UK industries. […]

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Life expectancy has risen in almost every country in the world.  Largest gains have been countries such as Brazil and Paraguay which have seen […]

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Battle for the Arctic

On November 13, 2012 By

As the ice melts surrounding countries are desperately compiling claims to the ocean bed so they can tap into the regions resources.

There are many concerns about how […]

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