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Tesco has released its preliminary results for the year, showing a 0.9% increase in UK like-for-like sales while operating profit before exceptional items is up 30% across the group and up 60% in the UK & Republic of Ireland.
Amar Breckenridge, Senior Associate at Frontier Economics, today presented the findings of research on the links between aviation, tourism and growth in the context of Brexit, and the implications for future negotiations between the EU and the UK.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has today published research by Frontier examining the impact of public funding for private sector innovation on later business performance.
The UK competition regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), has today released an update on their digital comparison tool (DCT) market study.
Dan Roberts, Director in the energy practice at Frontier Economics, spoke today on the issue of state aid in a discussion held by Le Chaire Gouvernance et Régulation (Governance and Regulation Chair) at Dauphine University.
Gillian Paull, Senior Associate in the Public Policy Practice at Frontier, spoke today at the Westminster Education Forum Keynote Seminar on “Key issues for early years – funding, building workforce capacity and extending free childcare”.
Luís Campos, Manager in the Competition Practice at Frontier Economics, spoke today at the Concurrences Lunchtalk in Paris on damage assessment in private enforcement.
María Paula Torres, analyst in the Telecommunications Practice at Frontier, spoke today at the European University Institute Scientific Seminar on “Competition, Regulation and Freedom of Expression in Infrastructure and Digital Markets”.
With the passage of the Brexit bill opening the way for Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger formal negotiations for the UK’s exit from the European Union, Frontier Economics has today published a compendium of bulletins exploring the choices and challenges now facing the UK and its European neighbours.
THE IMPLICATIONS OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN US TRADE POLICY
In this bulletin we argue that the reasons invoked for protectionism by the new US administration have little or no economic basis, and that such a policy stance would be damaging to the US’s own self-interest and world trade more generally.
The Chancellor today announced a measures in the Spring Budget aimed to reduce the business rates bills for some small businesses.
The UK communications regulator Ofcom has today announced that BT Group has agreed to Ofcom’s requirements for the legal separation of its network division, Openreach.
The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has today announced proposed reforms to the way it conducts market investigations.
LESSONS FROM AUSTRALIA
The European Commission (EC) EC recently published a new package of legislative proposals for the electricity sector, aiming to promote competition and sustainable development.
A REPORT PREPARED FOR GIVING WORLD ONLINE
Giving World today published a report by Frontier Economics, prepared with the help of Pro Bono Economics, evaluating Giving World’s activities.
As the bill authorising Theresa May to invoke Article 50 makes its way through the UK’s Houses of Parliament, Frontier (Europe)’s two latest bulletins in its post-referendum series consider the impact that leaving the European Union (EU) could have on access to sources of finance for investment in infrastructure and university research.
UK ACCESS TO EU FINANCE FOR INVESTMENT AFTER BREXIT