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Out-Law: ‘Centres of excellence’ aim to bridge Africa’s skills gap

The World Bank is to finance 19 university-based ‘centres of excellence’ in seven countries in West and Central Africa, in an effort to tackle a “serious shortage” of skilled workers in major industries that are vital to the continent’s economic growth. 23 Apr 2014

How to make sure your business is ready for the new competition law regime

FOCUS: The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is now fully operational, and because it was designed specifically to ensure that there is more proactive and rigorous enforcement of competition law in the UK it is time for businesses to make sure they are... 23 Apr 2014

Crossrail regeneration should be supported by land acquisition powers, report says

The UK government should ensure necessary enabling powers are in place to make the most of the regeneration potential offered by infrastructure schemes such as Crossrail, a new report has recommended. 23 Apr 2014

DCLG announces £11m funding for 740-acre Rotherham scheme

Harworth Estates will receive nearly £11 million of funding from the UK government to help the delivery of infrastructure at its flagship regeneration site in Waverley, South Yorkshire, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has announced.... 23 Apr 2014

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