Tag: Economic News

Ambassador warns against cliff edge

Transitional arrangements should be part of a Brexit trade deal with the EU to avoid shocks to businesses, the Ambassador of Japan Koji Tsuruoka urged…

Call for global effort on tax evasion

Tough new UK tax laws will give British authorities enhanced powers to pursue companies who facilitate tax dodgers in other jurisdictions, the Financial Secretary to…

Economic case will sway Remain vote

The decision to remain or leave the EU will come down to the silent majority’s assessment of the economic risks, the Financial Secretary to the…

Should envoys be more anti-social?

Business executives and diplomats who are negligent with their digital presence or ‘over-share’ on social media can compromise their reputation and leave their organisations vulnerable…

Should envoys be more anti-social?

Business executives and diplomats who are negligent with their digital presence or ‘over-share’ on social media can compromise their reputation and leave their organisations vulnerable…

Should envoys be more anti-social?

Dave King (left) and Charlie Bain of Digitalis with AERL Chairman Nicholas Niggli Business executives and diplomats who are negligent with their digital presence or…

AERL visits Bank of England

London’s economic attachés were given a privileged tour of the Bank of England in the City and learned about the fascinating history of the ‘Old…

AERL visits City ‘Bullring’

Economic attachés witnessed the thrill of trading on the London Metal Exchange, one of the few exchanges in the world to buy and sell orders…