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OXERAOxford Economic Research Associates, Limited (United Kingdom)
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Oxera found that the European aviation market grew by 25% between 2010 and 2016, with key trends including the continuing rapid expansion of LCCs (low-cost carriers) and non-traditional hubs in the Middle East and Istanbul.
Oxera Consulting estimates that the EUR 14.5bn investment by Liberty Global between the beginning of 2013 and March 2017 has generated a total of EUR 23.7bn of economic transactions through the supply chain.
OXERA. (2009): What are the benefits of the FIX protocol?, Oxford, UK.
Oxera explained this was because rather than modelling what could happen to the Midlands and other UK regions under the Heathrow and Gatwick scenarios, PwC split the UK into three large blocks - London and the South East, the rest of England, and the rest of the UK.
(31) Thirteen of the 27 member states of the European Union operate at least one insurance guaranty scheme, with prefunded programs being prevalent (Oxera, 2007).
Phil Medlicott, managing director of Stagecoach North East, said: "The Oxera report is a damning independent analysis of a scheme that has already seen hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money squandered and not one single bus improvement put in place.
The judge said Bartlett must have seen the Oxera Summary before he published a controversial article soon afterwards that prompted the legal action.
London was likely to benefit from HS2 "possibly at the expense of less serviceoriented cities on the line", said the report from consultants Oxera.
London was likely to benefit from HS2 "possibly at the expense of less service-oriented cities on the line", said the report from consultants Oxera. The report was published as the House of Commons transport committee held the first of five hearings into the HS2 scheme which involves a high-speed rail line from London to Birmingham.
(34.) See, e.g., Michael Grenfel, Up for Grabs: ENDESA, E.ON, Economic Nationalism and EU Law, OXERA AGENDA, February 2007 (discussing Spanish protectionism of utility ENDESA); id.