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Saba airport before repairs took place. Photo by INS

WORLD’S SMALLEST COMMERCIAL RUNWAY REBUILT – IN SABA, DUTCH CARIBBEAN

The runway spans just 400 metres overlooking steep cliffs serving an island which is a dormant volcano with few stretches of flat land. The operator, Saba’s island government,…

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PLANNED EU RULING MAY REGULATE TATTOO INKS FOR THE FIRST TIME TO AVOID HEALTH RISKS

…tattoo inks, its restrictions based on the Council of Europe guidelines. Consumer organisations have been important in drafting what legislation has been approved this far. Alana Valero, the Assistant Programme…

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SUCCESSFUL SPIRITS ENTREPRENEURS BUILD NEW HIGH-END RUM FACTORY ON GRENADA

…Reynier told just-drinks. Instead of using a “ubiquitous waste stream of sugar” as feedstock, the company plans to create the “world’s most profound rum”, based on “provenance, authenticity and full…

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MULTIPLE TRADE DEALS ALWAYS LIMIT GOVERNMENT POLICY FREEDOMS – A POLITICAL TRUTH UNDERMINING BREXITEER ‘CONTROL’ GOALS

continue to turn, and governments and regional blocs will continue to strike trade deals, even if the World Trade Organisation (WTO) continues to fail in approving a comprehensive global trading…

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UK BENEFICIAL OWNERSHIP VOTE ALARMS OVERSEAS TERRITORIES

…created their own. The UK currently has the world’s only public beneficial ownership register – but it only covers England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – see http://ownershiptransparency.com/ The chief…

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DUBAI SHOW SEES LAUNCH OF SMART SOFTWARE PLATFORMS TO BOOST AIRPORT SECURITY

…airside equipment, according to Honeywell. “Airports around the globe are seeing dramatic increases in traffic, and while that makes the world more connected, it increases complexity to ensure safe and…

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EUROFER WARNS OVER JOB LOSSES RELATED TO USA METAL DUTIES

…of the Office of Economics at the US International Trade Commission, Professor Dr Joseph Francois, that the tariffs could cost the US economy 146,000 jobs through retaliatory measures and increased…

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ASIA REGULATORY ROUND UP – MALAYSIA ISSUES NEW GUIDANCE TO BOOST SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT

…in July the world’s first green sukuk (Islamic bond). The new advice applies to conventional as well as Islamic sustainable finance, including unit trust funds, real estate trust funds, exchange-traded…

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INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL ROUND UP – EU RELEASES TAX EVASION BLACK LIST

…and G20 countries, plus non-governmental organisations to help emerging market countries implement the OECD’s standard on automatically exchanging tax information, helping them “secure sustainable domestic revenue”. http://www.oecd.org/tax/transparency/plan-of-action-AEOI-and-developing-countries.pdf *The Organisation for…

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CHINA MOVES TO WORLD’S NUMBER POSITION IN PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT SALES

China will boast the world’s number one cosmetics market in 2018 according to global financial services firm Morgan Stanley: it will account for 20% of total sales, compared to 17%…

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