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Singapore sits just off the southern tip of the Malay peninsula, and although it’s a relatively small city-state, it’s incredibly wealthy – it’s the world’s fourth largest global financial centre – operates an open and trade driven economy and is a leading global business hub.

It’s location not only puts it at the point where the major east and west shipping lanes converge, it also means 50% of the world’s population can fly there within six hours.

If you’re trading with Singapore, it’s worth having a cost-effective and reliable¬†international conference call¬†provider – so here’s how to set up a call in a few simple steps…

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Ford has become the latest company to announce it will be closing one of its UK plants – in 2020, the car giant will be closing of its Bridgend plant after 40 years in service. This comes on the back of Honda’s decision to bail out of the UK, and countless other companies who are considering their position in the UK.

But are businesses really leaving the UK because of Brexit?

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Following Theresa May’s resignation, Boris Johnson is the front-runner to take control of the Conservative party and take over a Prime Minister of the UK – but would the appointment of the hard-Brexiter would be a disaster that would drive the value of the pound down even further?

One high-profile businessman certainly seems to think so.

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Are you feeling constantly stressed out? To the point where you feel completely overwhelmed, exhausted and helpless? If so, you could be suffering from burnout. And you’re not alone – the problem is so prevalent in modern life that the World Health Organisation¬† (WHO) has now recognised the condition in the latest version of its International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health problems, a handbook for recognized medical conditions.

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Since GDPR came into force just over a year ago, complaints to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have almost doubled – up from 21,000 to 41,000. More than 14,000 data breaches have also been logged with the ICO.

Across all the EU countries which have implemented GDPR, there have been a total of 89,271 notifications of data breaches, and 144,376 complaints from the public.

The prevailing theory is that the number of data breach complaints are on the rise simply because GDPR has raised awareness around the importance of personal information.

Even so, no fines have yet been issued in the UK for a breach of the GDPR rules – so, has it really all been worth it?

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