World without frontiers
In an increasingly global business world, freedom of movement for people, goods and services is more essential than ever. But one nation in particular is bucking the trend towards increased mobility, as Carolyn Boyle reports
Modern commerce is increasingly driven by the principle of freedom of movement. Thanks to enhanced international dialogue and co-operation, companies can go truly global by exploiting an extensive network of international trade links and by mobilising their workforce around the world as the need arises.
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