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Power Up: UK Business
The UK economy has proven its resilience many times throughout history
UK
16 Jan 2018
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Investing In Future Skills: The Antidote To UK's Productivity Woes?
UK growth rates have slowed, productivity underperformance is now in its sixth year and forecasts for both are muted.
UK
16 Jan 2018
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UK Cities – It's A Three Horse Race But What About The Best Of The Rest?
Having just taken over as the leader of Deloitte's UK Local Public sector business MIPIM 2017 presented a golden opportunity to undertake a serious city health check.
UK
31 Mar 2017
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Unlocking Value Through Transport Investment
Yet again transport investment and real estate value forms a key discussion topic at this year's MIPIM with representation from all of the major transport investment projects.
UK
24 Mar 2017
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Africa's Demographic Dividend
History has often illustrated the power of the maxim, coined by the French socialist thinker, Auguste Comte, that "Demography is destiny".
Worldwide
2 Mar 2017
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Northern Powerhouse: Tangible Entity Or A Banner To March Behind?
The Northern Powerhouse is real and is a genuine attempt to develop a programme capable of achieving sustained growth across the North to address the productivity gap and contribute more to UK PLC.
UK
23 Sep 2016
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Chinese President Makes Historic Visit To Manchester To Discuss Northern Powerhouse
On the final day of his state visit to the UK, Xi Jinping will make history by becoming the first Chinese President to visit Manchester.
UK
30 Oct 2015
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At Home In The UK - A New Look At The Role Of The UK In Your Business
Multinationals are looking differently at the UK and the new choices it presents.
UK
28 Jun 2012
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Investment Management M&A, April 2009
Many market participants remain keen to move into higher margin alternative investment sectors or to build scale in their existing area of focus.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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Investing In The UK – A Guide For Chinese Businesses
China’s large and medium-sized State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) have made significant gains in economic strength over the past 30 years, and have been a major driving force of the country’s economic growth.
UK
27 Mar 2009
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Executive Report – The Magazine For The Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure Industry - Part Two
Part Two: Middle East tourism gets set for takeoff. It’s almost a tale of two regions. From the politician’s point of view, the Middle East dominates the agenda for all the wrong reasons – the Iraqi insurgents, tension between Israel and Lebanon, concern over Iran’s nuclear threat, and the continuing terrorist attacks.
UK
 
11 Jan 2007
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Economic Review - A strengthening world economy supports a return to UK growth
In this Review, Roger Bootle, Economic Adviser to Deloitte, looks at whether UK exporters are in a good position to take advantage of the opportunities created by the robust world economy. His review continues on to gauge how the future of the UK economy may be influenced by these opportunities.
UK
3 May 2006
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Bill Dodwell, tax partner at Deloitte commented on the 2006 budget:
>"Business will be pleased with this Budget, which does not raise significant new tax or increase complexity.
UK
 
22 Mar 2006
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UK
 
20 Dec 2005
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UK
 
20 Dec 2005
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Governance in Brief
In brief: The Securities and Exchange Commission are considering giving foreign companies an extra year to comply with rules that require them to test and report on their internal controls.
UK
 
1 Mar 2005
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TMT Trends: Predictions,2005 - A focus on the wireline sector
2005 will be a particularly exciting year for the sector. Wireline will remain the dominant voice medium, and enjoy steady volume growth, but Voice over IP (VoIP) will grow its share of the market. Broadband will grow in terms of penetration, speed and quality of service. The steady deployment of fiber to the home (FTTH) promises to provide gigabit connectivity.
UK
 
9 Feb 2005
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OnStar: Connecting to Customers Through Telematics
A new Stanford case study, developed in collaboration between the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum and Deloitte Research, looks at how OnStar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of General Motors Corporation, has grown from a small upstart business to become the world’s largest telematics provider in the automotive industry.
UK
 
13 Jan 2005
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