A study by the Frontier Economics consultancy has shown Paris Charles de Gaulle and Germany's Frankfurt have 1,000 more annual flights to the three largest cities in China than Heathrow.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Frontier Economics
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The report, prepared by Frontier Economics, says the lack of capacity is currently costing the country up to GBP14bn a year in lost trade, and the loss may increase to GBP26bn a year by 2030.
The study, prepared by economics consultants Frontier Economics, argued that the only option for expanding capacity was to create a single large hub, ruling out suggestions of creating closer links with other airports.
TRA Bahrain has appointed consultancy firm Frontier Economics to design and manage the competitive process for the licensing of 4G mobile services in Bahrain.
Bahrain's telecommunications regulatory authority (TRA) has appointed microeconomics consultancy Frontier Economics to design and manage a suitable competitive process for the licensing of post-third generation (3G) mobile services.
The announcement comes as a new report from Frontier Economics for HSBC reveals that by 2050, the top ten river basins by population are expected to produce a quarter of global GDP - a figure greater than the combined future economies of the United States, Japan and Germany - and a sharp increase from a current contribution of 10 per cent.
The announcement came after a new report from Frontier Economics revealed that by 2050, the top ten river basins by population are expected to produce a quarter of global GDP.