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Half of 25GW seabed rights will use ‘floating’ technology turbine technology for the first time at large scale

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Our Member, 東方風能科技股份有限公司 (DFO), invited members to visit its vessel, Orient Constructor, while it was in port for routine maintenance.

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Brand New CNY Room Package Presents “Captain Hook” Night Featuring a Variety of Feasts to Celebrate the Holidays!

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Despite two years of challenges, a new study says that UK companies are looking to focus on business investment in digital tech and expansion in 2022.

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Opening of new headquarters of SCB

Standard Chartered Bank held a ceremony of the new head office building today, which set another critical milestone for Standard Chartered Bank in Taiwan and echoed Standard Chartered Group's declaration of achieving the goal of zero net carbon emissions and sustainable development by 2030—by making continuous progress to being the most sustainable international banking company.

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London remained the fastest-growing area but saw business activity fall from 64.1 in November to 57.5, signalling a loss of momentum. Photo: Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty

Business activity growth slowed in the UK in December thanks to a resurgence in COVID-19 cases across the country as Omicron took its toll.

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Make UK says two-thirds of companies fear customs delays and red tape from new rules will further hamper supply chains

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With the 9 day long Chinese New Year break just around the corner, it is estimated that the demand for at-home dining will increase sharply. Regent Taipei has prepared a few more a la carte dishes in addition to traditional Chinese, Western, and Japanese set meals for families to enjoy at the comfort of their own home.

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Over one million more people will pay the higher tax rate by 2026, according to new research.

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Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures during a coronavirus media briefing in Downing Street, London, Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022.

Health authorities across the U.K. simplified COVID-19 testing requirements on Wednesday, a move designed to cut isolation times for many people and that may ease the staffing shortages that are hitting public services from hospitals to garbage collection amid an omicron-fueled surge in infections.