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UK Foreign Direct Investment

UK 2nd in the world for foreign direct investment according to UN report Global flows of foreign direct investment have been severely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic but the UK is amongst those nations leading the way back. In 2020 foreign direct investment (FDI) fell by one third to $1 trillion, well below the low

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Global Business Tax

Biden’s global business tax plan President Joe Biden’s plan for a 21 per cent minimum global business tax rate has been met with resistance from the UK chancellor Rishi Sunak.  Though there is considerable opposition pressure on the chancellor to endorse the US plan, Sunak said he would consider a global minimum levy only as

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US Stimulus Package

Biden’s $1.9tn stimulus set to boost global economy President Biden’s Covid-19 Relief Bill has been sold as a tool to boost the US recovery, but the wider world will also welcome the stimulus package.  We know that when America sneezes the world catches a cold, and America has indeed been sick.  However, the hope is

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A Scotsman in New York

The city that never sleeps will awaken again Downtown Anyone visiting New York City for the first time is overwhelmed by the sheer size of the skyline and immediately feels the frenetic energy of people living their lives and business getting done. I’m a Brit, having moved to the US nearly 14 years ago.  Suffice

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Brace for Brexit

Are you really ready for Brexit? Join The Company of Entrepreneurs' sponsors as they host an online Brexit briefing at the end of this week's Global Entrepreneurship Week. Friday 20th at 11am - One Hour, Three Experts and hosted by the talented Jon Hammond. If you've got Brexit questions then you can't afford to miss

California’s Proposition 22

California’s Proposition 22: It Passed, Now What? Paul Mello and William D. Taylor* California, for better or worse, has long been on the leading edge of labor and employment law developments that have broadly impacted business in general and the transportation industry in particular.  Often California’s courts are quick to issue challenging decisions impacting the

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Incorporating in California

Setting up business in California When I was asked to write an article about the practicalities and pitfalls of setting up and doing business in California, I had an immediate negative reaction to the state I have called home for a decade.  As a long-time Board Member, COO, CFO and investor doing business across the

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Make your online conversations count

Avoiding the new plague: ‘International Zoomitis’! – make your online conversations count Do you remember the days when you could have a chat around the water cooler and exchange stories with colleagues, without having to be two metres apart? When you didn’t have to try and understand what people were saying through several layers of

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Key currencies at a glance

Key currencies at a glance Since the outbreak of COVID-19, currency market participants have paid less attention to economic data. However, in the wake of several important central bank decisions, we could see a return back to traditional fundamentals moving the market.  OFXperts expect the key drivers to be: Central bank decisions in mid-September The

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Business as unusual

Why manufacturing and tourism fare badly during economic crises Manufacturing and tourism are two key drivers in some of the world’s major economies. They are also sectors hit disproportionately hard during an economic crisis, when discretionary spending declines. During a crisis caused by a pandemic, both supply and demand are impacted, as workers in factories

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