Myddleton Mayer Marketing to offer business services in Israel, UAE

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A new joint venture between ‘Noa Mayer Consulting and Business Development’ and the British public relations firm ‘Myddleton Communications’, in collaboration with Public Relations and Strategy consultancy ‘Mishal Vernik Communications’, will offer bi-lateral marketing and business development support to companies and professional services firms in Israel and in the UAE wishing to do business under the new Abraham Accord. 

The joint venture, Myddleton Mayer Marketing (MMM), brings together highly experienced consultancies with unique skills and expertise in both the UAE and Israeli markets, with representation “on the ground” in the UAE and in Israel. 
 

MMM has been created specifically to assist companies take advantage of the commercial opportunities offered by the Abraham Accord combining creative thought and fresh perspectives with integrated B2B marketing communications in both countries. 

MMM’s focus is on strategy & insight, brand development, digital marketing, PR & media, content creation and high impact marketing campaigns to assist

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Bank of Korea to Hold Rates, Cut GDP View: Decision Guide

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(Bloomberg) — The Bank of Korea is expected to hold its policy rate at a record low on Thursday while slashing growth projections as a resurgence of the coronavirus throws recovery prospects into disarray.

All 22 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expect the seven-day repurchase rate to remain at 0.5%, a level Governor Lee Ju-yeol has said is close to the effective lower bound. Lee this week told lawmakers the bank may cut its economic projections for 2020 by a considerable margin after forecasting a 0.2% contraction in May.



a screenshot of a cell phone: As 2020 GDP forecasts slide, pressure mounts on BOK to do more


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As 2020 GDP forecasts slide, pressure mounts on BOK to do more

With little question among analysts that the BOK will stand pat on rates, the focus shifts to how significantly the bank cuts its view of this year’s growth, said economist Park Jeong-woo at Nomura Holdings Inc.

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“Anything below -1% and people will take that to mean

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