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After the Storm: The World Economy and Britain's Economic Future
The Storm: The World Economic Crisis and what it Means
The World's New Fissures
Protectionism and industrial decline
Globalization and Global Governance
Global Superhighways: The Future of International Telecommunications Policy
Regulating Modern Capitalism
World textile trade and production trends
Import Controls: The Case Against
China and India: Economic Reform and Global Integration
British Electronics and Competition with Newly Industrialising Countries
Preparing for EMU: A Liberal Democrat Approach
The Role of Handicrafts Exports: Problems and Prospects : Based on Indian Experience
Multiple Identities: Living with the New Politics of Identity
South Asia's Exports to the EEC: Obstacles and Opportunities
Britain's Pattern of Specialization in Manufactured Goods with Developing Countries and Trade Protection
Tackling the Fiscal Crisis: A Recovery Plan for the UK
The Commerce of Culture: Experience of Indian Handicrafts
An Evaluation of the Multifibre Arrangement and Negotiating Options: A Study
The EEC's Generalised System of Preferences: Evaluation and Recommendations for Change
How to be a Politician: 2000 Years of Good Advice (2022)
Money and Power: The World Leaders Who Changed Economics
How to be a Politician: 2,000 Years of Good Advice (2022)
The Chinese Conundrum: Engagement Or Conflict
Vince Cable Life story
Sir John Vincent Cable is a British politician who was Leader of the Liberal Democrats from 2017 to 2019. He was Member of Parliament for Twickenham from 1997 to 2015 and from 2017 to 2019. He also served in the Cabinet as Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills from 2010 to 2015.
BiographyVince calbe is a british politician who served as the secretary of state for business.Energy and industrial strategy from 2017 to 2019.He was born on 9 may 1943 in york.England.He is 77 years old.He is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs around 70 kgs.He has blue eyes and a slim body type.His zoidac sign is taurus.
FamilyVince cable is married to rachel smith and has two children.James and rachel.His parents are len and edith cable.He has two siblings.John and mary.
EducationVince cable studied at nunthorpe grammar school and tehn went on to study natural sciences at cabmridge university.He then went on to study economics at glasgow university.Where he obtained a phd.
CareerVince cable began his career as an economist at the commonwealth development corporation.He then went on to become the chief economist at shell from to 1997.He then became the chief economist and special adviser to the secretary of state for trade and industry frmo 1997 to 2003.In 2010.He was elected as the member of parliament for twickenham and was appointed as the secretary of state for business.Energy and industrial strateyg in 2017.
Most Important EventThe mots important event in vince cable s career was his appointment as the secretary of state for business.Energy and industrial strateyg in 2017.In this role.He was responsible for overseeing the uk s industrial strategy and energy policy.He was also responsible for the implementation of the uk s industrial strategy.Which aimed to create an economy that works for eveyrone.
Life StoryVince cable has had a long and successful career in politics.He began his career as an economist and went on to become the chief economist at shell.He then became the chief economist and special adviser to the secretary of state for trade and industry.In 2010.He was elected as the member of parliament for twickenham and was appointed as the secretary of state for business.Energy and inudstrial strategy in 2017.He has been a strong advocate for the uk s industrial strategy and energy policy and has worked hard to ensure that the uk s economy works for everyone.
Somerton win means there are 10 Lib Dem women MPs in Commons
... Forty-nine Liberal Democrats lost their seats including high profile figures such as Sir Vince Cable and Sir Danny Alexander...
Liberal Democrats see Tory seats as way out of wilderness
... " You can t replicate a by-election strategy in every single seat, " warns Mark Leftley, former press secretary to ex-leader Sir Vince Cable...
Election results in 2019: Lib dem leader Jo Swinson to step down
... Ms Swinson, in a landslide victory over Sir Ed Davey at the beginning of this year, as the successor of Sir Vince Cable...
General election 2019: Swinson sorry for Lib Dem support for coalition benefit cuts
... Here to stay She said she disagreed with her predecessor Sir Vince Cable that the pledge had become an unhelpful distraction for the party, which has found itself being squeezed in the opinion polls during the campaign...
'A recovering politician' - the new Twitter life of former MPs
... Vince Cable s profile reads like a mini CV which, as a former Lib Dem leader, Business Secretary and MP for Twickenham, is understandable...
Which MPs are standing down at the election?
... Clockwise from left: Ken Clarke, Justine Greening, Nicholas Soames, Vince Cable, John Bercow, Kate Hoey, Jo Johnson and Gloria de Piero Sir Oliver Letwin, the former Conservative minister and West Dorset MP, was recently at the forefront of Parliamentary attempts to delay Brexit...
Lib Dems promise to terminate, Escape, if they win parliamentary elections
... the movement in Bournemouth, Sir Vince Cable to Move said: Brexit make us poorer and risk breaking up our United Kingdom...
To consider Liberal-democratic party of scrapping Brexit
... Meanwhile, amid reports that a new version of Theresa May s Brexit deal could be supported by the house of representatives, the former Lib dem leader Sir Vince Cable, the party would insist that it go to a referendum, with an option to remain in the EU...