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Sometimes statements of the obvious are necessary. Gibraltar did not want Brexit. To be exact, 96% of those who voted in Gibraltar in the referendum, voted to remain part of the EU.
Hassans
I watched the Presidential elections with increasing interest as candidate (now President) Trump took centre stage in the run-up to the US Election.
ISOLAS
It happened again. Unexpected, (or was it?) as it was, Donald Trump stormed to a substantial victory in the US general election held this month, much to the surprise, probably concern, of many establishment figures and observers around the world.
Hassans
We have become accustomed to thinking of democracy as an integral, indeed permanent, part of modern society.
Fiduciary Group
The Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce have supported the Government's notes on the need for a cautious approach to future public expenditure in the current post-Brexit environment.
Fiduciary Group
The government budget surplus for 2014/2015 is estimated at £51.3 million, representing the 2nd highest surplus in Gibraltar's financial history.
Fiduciary Group
Last week Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, in the company of his Deputy Dr Joseph Garcia and newly-appointed Attorney General Michael Llamas, inaugurated the new Gibraltar office in Brussels...
Fiduciary Group
The Financial Action Task Force, known as the FATF, has revised their Recommendations to step up the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing.
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Fiduciary Group
The Gibraltar Chamber of Commerce have supported the Government's notes on the need for a cautious approach to future public expenditure in the current post-Brexit environment.
ISOLAS
Sometimes statements of the obvious are necessary. Gibraltar did not want Brexit. To be exact, 96% of those who voted in Gibraltar in the referendum, voted to remain part of the EU.
Hassans
I watched the Presidential elections with increasing interest as candidate (now President) Trump took centre stage in the run-up to the US Election.
ISOLAS
It happened again. Unexpected, (or was it?) as it was, Donald Trump stormed to a substantial victory in the US general election held this month, much to the surprise, probably concern, of many establishment figures and observers around the world.
Hassans
We have become accustomed to thinking of democracy as an integral, indeed permanent, part of modern society.
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