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United Kingdom Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry With the departure… Read More »

What to See in London (United Kingdom)

According to ITYPEJOB, London is the greatest city in the world. It is one of the 20 largest cities in the world in terms of population, and is also the largest political, economic and cultural center. Before the Roman conquest of Britain, there was a Celtic settlement in what is now London. During the period… Read More »

Attractions of Isle of Man, United Kingdom

Mull Circle / Meayll Circle According to topschoolsintheusa, Creigneish is the southernmost point of the island. Near Creigneish and Port Erin, atop Mull Hill lie the mysterious six burial chambers of the Mull, or Meayll Circles. The megaliths (large stones) are arranged in a large circle. Village of Cregneash Open Air Museum At the Village… Read More »

Visa to United Kingdom

Visa to England Attention! The visa center of the British Embassy in Ukraine is open for receiving and issuing documents as usual! According to A2zgov, United Kingdom Great Britain is not a member of the Schengen area (Union), therefore, to visit the country, citizens of Ukraine need to open a separate Visa to the UK.… Read More »

United Kingdom Literature: Humanism and the Renaissance

CULTURE: LITERATURE. HUMANISM AND THE RENAISSANCE The passage to the new epoch is equally evident in two representative authors such as Sir Th. Malory (ca. 1395-1471) and J. Skelton (ca. 1460-1529). The first culminates the long medieval tradition of prose, developed in the fourteenth century in the doctrinal works of R. Rolle (ca. 1290-1349), in… Read More »

New Give for Non-proliferation? Part I

In May 2010, the eighth review conference (see facts) for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) kicks off. The agreement obliges the nuclear powers to disarm, and everyone else not to acquire nuclear weapons. The disarmament initiatives of President Obama have created expectations, but are also met with skepticism. The problems are big, especially in the Middle East. Why… Read More »

United Kingdom Children and School

Only in uniform to school The four parts of Great Britain, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland each have their own school systems, which are slightly different from one another. It’s similar to Germany, where every federal state is responsible for its school system. The children start school when they are four to five years… Read More »

Newcastle Travel Guide

Newcastle is a city in the north-east of England, which for most Norwegians is known for two things – the football team Newcastle United and the extensive coal city that has been an important part of the city’s history and economy for many years. Today, the city has become a small city, with most of… Read More »