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Online sellers are losing out to overseas competition on #Amazon

Online sellers are losing out to overseas competition on #Amazon

| September 20, 2019

This week, Belgian authorities cracked down on Chinese VAT fraudsters operating out of a Brussels airport. Using false invoices, the scammers were able to avoid paying VAT and then sell their products at a cut rate price online, undercutting their law-abiding competitors, writes Henry St. George This follows the news that, in the UK, MPs […]

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#Syria4Peace talks open in Astana, focus on strengthening cease-fire

#Syria4Peace talks open in Astana, focus on strengthening cease-fire

| January 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Two days of international talks in Astana to extend the cease-fire in Syria brokered 29 December by Russia and Turkey opened on 23 January. The talks are expected to pave the way for 8 February negotiations in Geneva under the UN auspices, writes Dana Omirgazy. Monday’s meeting is the largest gathering to date in terms […]

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#Brexit: Response to Brexit has been positive, says George Soros

#Brexit: Response to Brexit has been positive, says George Soros

Having feared the impact of a Brexit vote, billionaire and chairman of the Open Society Foundations George Soros (pictured) has welcomed the spontaneous and positive response it has generated in the UK. He says that Brexit has achieved what the EU has never been able to generate, a grass roots pro-European movement, with young people […]

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Cameron ‘sets out a reform list that works for all of Europe’ say Conservatives

Cameron ‘sets out a reform list that works for all of Europe’ say Conservatives

| November 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Responding to David Cameron’s letter sent to European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday (10 November) setting out proposals for EU reform ahead of a British in/out referendum, Syed Kamall MEP, Leader of the European Conservatives and Reformists in the European Parliament, said: “This process is about more than one letter. “It is not a […]

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