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News: IATA AGM 2018: New open borders strategy to spread benefits of free movement revealed

Governments have been urged to intensify efforts to spread the economic and social benefits of aviation by removing onerous barriers to the free movement of people across borders. “Over the next 20 years, the number of passengers will double. “That’s excellent news for the global economy, as air connectivity is a catalyst for job creation and GDP growth. “But we ...

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Focus: 5 Benefits to going on a cottage holiday

Holidays are considered some of the most influential moments to share and create memorable moments with your loved ones. Times lost due to busy work schedules can be recovered during these moments. Newly wedded couples can also utilize this time to get to know more about each other as well as lost friends use it to patch things up. It ...

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Hotel boss BLASTS Brexit despite small hospitality businesses being set to reap benefits

Travelodge chief executive, Peter Gowers, 44, has addressed the “uncertainty caused by Brexit” and other economic pressures under which the hotelier operates in. In June 2016, 51.9 per cent of the electorate voted to leave the EU, amounting to 17.4 million voters. He also warned that the public’s decision to leave the EU could have a detrimental effect on the ...

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Tod's to See Benefits from New Management in Second Half

MILAN, Italy — Italian luxury group Tod’s said on Wednesday results from the company’s new management team would be visible staring from the second part of the year, though admitting 2018 will be a “year of transition.” The group, known for its leather goods and Gommino loafers, said preliminary sales for 2017 were 963.3 million euros (843.40 million pounds), in ...

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Turmeric health benefits: Curry spice could hold key to combating Alzheimer’s

Scientists behind the breakthrough believe the treatment could pave the way for treating dementia and claim the drug is nearly ready for clinical trials on humans Dubbed a “modern elixir of life”, in tests on mice and flies, the J147 drug made aging cells appear more youthful by binding proteins found in mitochondria, the energy-generators within cells. 

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