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Will Waitrose prove to be Chileans’ cup of tea?

For expats in Santiago pining for a nice cup of English breakfast and an organic shortbread finger, the wait is nearly over. The supermarket chain Waitrose is to start exporting its most popular products to Chile, targeting the fast growing Latin American economy.

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The “Shareconomy”: a smarter way of doing business?

If you’re fascinated by all things digital, and want a glimpse of the future of technology, then CeBIT is the place to be this week! Thousands of visitors, exhibitors and journalists are gathering in Hannover, Germany, for the world’s largest trade fair showcasing IT and telecommunications solutions for the home and office.

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Travel the globe – without leaving Berlin

Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or an armchair tourist, ITB Berlin is a dream destination. Bringing together more than 10,000 exhibitors, it’s the world’s largest travel and tourism show. It’s the place to learn about the hottest new destinations, most stylish hotels, and latest trends in everything from adventure travel to ecotourism.

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Why global businesses are eying Indonesia in 2013

With more than 700 languages  and the world’s fourth largest population, Indonesia seems an obvious place for a translation company! And we’ve just launched our latest website for the country, reaching out to one of the most diverse nations in the world.

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Export Week helps small businesses go global

Doubling the number of UK small businesses exporting seems like an ambitious target. But the UK Department of Trade and Industry (UKTI) is urging more to look further afield and realise their potential. They want at least 50,000 small businesses exporting by 2015 – bringing Britain in line with similar-sized European countries.

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