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Shipping sector must become more transparent to attract new sources of financing, says KPMG report

Global ship financing is undergoing its biggest transformation for decades as sector stakeholders seek new forms of ship financing, some of which will demand significant changes to the way shipping companies are run and the way they raise finances, a... (Continue reading)

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European Union must show financial restraint to reflect age of austerity according to Lords EU Committee

The House of Lords EU Committee reported today following an in-depth examination of the European Commission’s proposals for the EU’s seven-year budget – the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF). The Committee concludes that the EU must show overall budgetary restraint, with... (Continue reading)

European Scrutiny Committee publishes report into proposed Unified Patent Court

The draft agreement on the Unified Patent Court (UPC) is likely to hinder, rather than help, the enforcement of patents within the European Union, says the European Scrutiny Committee in its report, published today.   To read the report, click... (Continue reading)

Crossing the border

  Localis, in partnership with the Local Government Association, has produced a short report looking at shared management schemes between different local authorities. Covering issues surrounding culture, internal and external perceptions of mergers, and the potential barriers to success, it... (Continue reading)

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MPs publish report on equity investment in privately financed projects

The Commons Public Accounts Committee publishes its 81st Report of Session 2010-12, on equity investment in privately financed projects. Click here.... (Continue reading)

Benefits of Open Access to Scholarly Research for voluntary and charitable sector organisations

Open Access to published scholarly research offers significant benefits to the UK, according to two reports released today by the UK Open Access Implementation Group. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

Public sector saves £28 million through open access, but much greater rewards to come, says report

Open Access to published scholarly research offers significant benefits to the UK, according to two reports released today by the UK Open Access Implementation Group.   To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

Assurance for major projects

The National Audit Office has published this report on assurance for major government projects, such as the introduction of large IT systems, the construction of ships and helicopters and major changes to how services are delivered. The report supports the changes... (Continue reading)

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World of Work Report 2012

  A report by the International Labour Organization on employment, job quality and the social implications of the global crisis. To see the report please click here.    ... (Continue reading)

Beyond the cuts

Cuts leave charities fearing closure within a year says National Children’s Bureau report. To view the report, click here.... (Continue reading)

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