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Franchising In Qatar
Franchising allows businesses to expand into the rapidly growing Qatar market without the risk and capital investment traditionally associated with establishing a joint venture.
Qatar
28 Apr 2015
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Rail Franchise For Sale – One Previous Owner
Purchasing a business can be done in two ways.
UK
24 Apr 2015
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In Focus: Franchising In Qatar
Franchising allows businesses to expand into the rapidly growing Qatar market without the risk and capital investment traditionally associated with establishing a joint venture.
Qatar
16 Apr 2015
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Trouble On The Line For The Welsh Government?
The Welsh Government recently announced the establishment of a not for dividend wholly owned subsidiary company.
UK
16 Apr 2015
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Trouble On The Line For The Welsh Government?
The Welsh Government has announced the establishment of a not for dividend wholly owned subsidiary company.
UK
20 Feb 2015
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Department For Transport Restarts UK Rail Franchise Programme
Directly Operated Railways, the state owned operator of last resort, will also be making preparations to take over any of the above services in the event that negotiations with the incumbent operators fail.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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UK Rail Franchising - The Brown Review
A discussion of the report issued by the Eurostar Chairman which considers the principles of rail franchising and the changes that are required to deliver an effective franchise system while at the same time delivering the cost efficiencies.
UK
30 Jan 2013
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Virgin Retain The West Coast Franchise
In 2011, the Department for Transport (DfT) launched a competition for the West Coast rail franchise.
UK
20 Dec 2012
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Middle East & North Africa (MENA): The Next Frontier For Private Education
Some analysts have estimated the size of the MENA education market "to be as high as USD75.3 billion."
United Arab Emirates
10 Oct 2012
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VVO Model - The End of Rail Franchising as we know it?
The UK rail network is an expensive asset, passengers are faced with high fare increases yet the network remains heavily dependent on its public subsidy.
UK
12 Dec 2010
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Franchising in the Middle East
Franchising continues to be the preferred model by which international businesses can quickly expand into the rapidly developing economies in the Middle East, without the risk and significant capital investment traditionally associated with directly establishing company-owned stores.
UK
17 Sep 2010
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