Demands for government to remodel the UK’s system of local business property taxation have been growing in line with the shift to online retailing, and have been sharpened by the pain of revaluation. In our latest bulletin, we examine the issues and the options for reform.
Recent developments at the Conservative party’s conference have done little to reduce uncertainty over the UK Government’s aims for trade policy post-Brexit, adding to the frustration expressed by some business groups.
In a new legal and economic analysis, commissioned by Ryanair, Frontier finds significant economic benefits to keeping Berlin Tegel airport open in order to avoid capacity shortfall. The study was published in collaboration with German lawfirm CMS.
At a conference organised by the International Trademark Association (INTA) in Hong Kong, Amar Breckenridge of Frontier (Europe) presented Frontier’s latest report into the economic impacts of counterfeiting and piracy.
The study builds an evidence base around the three major priorities of Britain’s leading digital companies: access to markets, talent and data flows. It highlights the sensibility of the digital sector to disruptions on supply and demand side from Brexit.