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EXCLUSIVE-Saudi Aramco advisers favour London for historic IPO – sources

Saudi Aramco’s advisers have recommended London for the historic listing of the oil company, with U.S. disclosure rules a concern for Saudi authorities, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters. A final decision on the venue for what is expected to be the world’s biggest IPO and is targeted to raise $100 billion will be taken by Crown Prince Mohammad …

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JetSmarter’s Inaugural JetShuttle Flight from Dubai to London Takes off December 1st

Private Jet Booking App Reinvents First-Class Travel Connecting Three Continents as They Continue their Global Expansion JetSmarter, the world’s leading private jet company has announced today, the launch of the first-ever shared, private JetShuttle flight that will connect Europe and the Middle East, offering JetSmarter members single-seat trips on flights between Dubai and London. For the first-time in the private …

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International Education ministers head to London for Education World Forum

More than 80 International Education Ministers will gather in London next week for the UK-led Education World Forum. The forum, which runs from 19-22 January 2014, is the internationally recognised ministerial forum for sharing and debating policy developments in education, and the 2014 event brings together ministers representing the majority of the world’s population. The event will be an opportunity …

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Education World Forum 2013

We welcome you to the Education World Forum, the largest global gathering of education ministers and the internationally recognised ministerial forum for debating future practice in education. Education is a crucial factor in national and global economic health; a country’s strongest resource for its future economic stability and success lies with its young people. The forum’s global remit offers unparalleled …

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Planet is in critical state, warns science declaration

[LONDON] Earth has only one decade to pull itself back from various environmental ‘tipping points’ — points at which the damage becomes irreversible, scientists have said. If it fails to do so, it is likely to witness a series of breakdowns in the systems that sustain people, such as oceans and soil, according to a major meeting on safeguarding the …

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