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India Allows Additional 3,675 Tonnes Of Sugar Export To UK Under Concessional Duty Quota

Availing the CXL concessions on export to the EU, traders can export sugar at a relatively low or zero customs duty.

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Will Try To Supply More Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine To UK Later: Serum Institute

The UK's National Health Service has warned of a significant reduction in weekly supplies of vaccines to protect against COVID-19 by the end of this month.

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UK’s Drive To Net Zero Leaps Forward As Hynet North West Awarded Substantial Funding

HyNet North West will reduce regional carbon dioxide emissions by up to 10 million tonnes every year by 2030 – the equivalent of taking four million cars off the road. O

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Bank Boards Still Not Sufficiently Tech Savvy - Accenture Study

Accenture analysed almost 2,000 directors at more than 100 large banks and found only 10% of board directors and 10% of chief executive officers on boards had IT experience, up from 4% and 6% when the study was first carried out five years ago.

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UK's M&S Seeks To Turbocharge Online Sales With Guest Clothes Brands

M&S Chief Executive Steve Rowe said last year the group, still Britain's biggest clothing retailer by value, was shifting strategy and would sell other brands to broaden its appeal.

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UK Banks Face Savings Glut On Road To Pandemic Recovery

Britain's Finance Minister Rishi Sunak is expected to extend support again on Wednesday when he lays out his annual budget plan that is expected to pile more borrowing on top of almost 300 billion pounds of COVID-19 spending and tax cuts.

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Women Finance Firm Directors Earn 66% Less Than Men In UK, Study Finds

Britain suspended the need for companies to report on the gender pay gap in their workforces due to the coronavirus pandemic, a step the government said would not derail attempts to pay men and women fairly.

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UK records another 8,523 coronavirus cases, 345 deaths

UK records another 8,523 coronavirus cases, 345 deaths

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Pandemic Pushes BA-Owner IAG To A 4.4 Billion Euro Loss In 2020

UK-focused airlines were buoyed earlier this week when Britain laid out plans for travel markets to possibly reopen from mid-May, prompting a flood of bookings, but uncertainty remains over whether it will include IAG's long-haul routes.

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Car Sector Seeks More UK Government Support As Output Tumbles

Output in January fell by 27% year-on-year to 86,052 vehicles, hit by factors including dealership closures during a latest COVID-19 lockdown, international supply chain problems and the change in trading terms with the European Union.

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UK PM faces backlash for 'journalists abuse people' remark

UK PM faces backlash for 'journalists abuse people' remark

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UK urged to pressure Pakistan to hold those responsible for forced conversions accountable

UK urged to pressure Pakistan to hold those responsible for forced conversions accountable

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UK bans non-essential international travel till at least May 17

UK bans non-essential international travel till at least May 17

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Most people in UK don't trust Johnson can take England out of COVID-19 lockdown: Survey

Most people in UK don't trust Johnson can take England out of COVID-19 lockdown: Survey

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Liberty Steel Ties Up With European Firms To Build France's First Hydrogen-Based Steel Plant

While Paul Wurth is a Luxembourg-based engineering company providing technology for the global iron making industry, SHS -Stahl-Holding-Saar of Germany is an operations management company.

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