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Islamic networking event attracts world Influencers to London:

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https://www.halalincorp.co.uk/islamic-networking-event-attracts-world-influencers-to-london/
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Join IgniteHub Co-Founders Eran Ali & Faheem Zafar Live In Our FB Group This Sunday 27th January, 12pm UK Time.

Ask Them Questions About Tech & Their Digital Marketing Platform. Join The FB Group NowπŸ‘‡

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1147680828604861/
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Teenager from London council estate wins Β£76,000 scholarship to study at Eton:

https://www.halalincorp.co.uk/teenager-from-london-council-estate-wins-76000-scholarship-to-study-at-eton/
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We have been working with a variety of companies from around the world. We provide services around the digital economy, communication and specialist consultancy services.

See The Review Provided By Co Founder of OneAgrix based in Singapore, Diana Sabrain

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Brunei Darussalam : Economy

GNI:
US$16.1bn
GNI PC:
US$38,563
GDP Growth:
0.7% p.a. 2009–13
Inflation:
0.8% p.a. 2009–13

Due to its extensive resources of oil and gas and small population, Brunei is among the world’s richer countries. The oil and gas sector dominates the economy and generates the bulk of export earnings and government revenues. Brunei is vulnerable to fluctuations in world prices: the slump in oil prices was largely responsible for negative growth in the 1980s.

The economy and social infrastructure have been developed through a series of national development programmes. During the 1990s, the emphasis was on social services and public utilities. This continued into the 2000s, together with diversification of manufacturing and encouragement of private investment, including foreign investment. Major projects include a gas pipeline, a power plant, upgrade of the international airport, development at the port of Muara, and an industrial park with a methanol plant that began production and exports in mid-2010.

As the regional economic crisis of 1997–98 receded, the government announced plans to encourage fuller private-sector participation in public enterprises to promote foreign investment – including, for the first time, allowing foreigners to own land in Brunei – and for the country to become a regional trade and services centre.

The economy benefited from high global energy prices in the early 2000s, with little inflation. It slowed in 2007 (with a growth rate of 0.2 per cent) and, in the strongly adverse climate of the world economic downturn, shrank in 2008 (–1.9 per cent) and 2009 (–1.8 per cent) before returning to steady growth in 2010–14, when energy prices were buoyant, before they declined sharply in 2014.
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