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KPMG has launched a global centre of excellence dedicated to family business.
BT has also established a global Centre of Excellence focused on satellite communications in Istanbul.
The Global Centre of Excellence in Bahrain focuses primarily on Advisory services, offering performance improvement, risk and IT risk and assurance services to a wide variety of clients across the Mena region.
Aberdeen has become a global centre of excellence for oil services companies, so it directly benefits from the exploration boom in emerging markets.
The American firm said it had chosen its Bournville site, near Birmingham, as a Global Centre of Excellence for chocolate R&D, putting in new laboratories to develop new products, as well as adding a pilot plant and experimentation kitchen.
It is also home to the company's global centre of excellence for coffee.
David Brown Gears has asked Kirklees Council for permission to set up a global centre of excellence for gear manufacture and a wind innovation centre.
Al Shiriyani praised the role of the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council and their efforts in achieving the vision of President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and said that the council had turned in just a few years into a global centre of excellence and quality in the area of planning and urban design.