This article explores the changing views of FDI in the EU, the UK, Germany and France.
Covid-19 has created massive levels of activity by key competition authorities with contradictory effects – a huge opening up of State Aid, and a widening of potentially lawful cooperation between competitors, yet a stern warning about price-gouging and excessive pricing. This article provides a guide for business to current trends, and key compliance questions.
London Partner Jeremy Robinson looks into state aid and the level of support that can be offered to airlines in Europe.
The Global Ports & Terminals Group is featured in a global shipping magazine Port Strategy, looking into the initial considerations of port sector investment.
The deal includes the acquisition of HL Cruises’ luxury and expedition fleet, consisting of two five-star plus luxury vessels and three expedition cruise ships, by TUI Cruises.
As legal advisers to the AWG on this project, WFW will help develop metrics, methods, emissions tracking, reporting and documentation and/or principles geared to the context of aviation financing and leasing.
This article focuses on the revival of the airport-based market definition approach to assessing airline-airline mergers.
The Merkur wind farm consists of 66 GE Haliade 150 turbines with a capacity of 396 MW. The project will save c.18 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent over its project life.
What are the key environmental challenges facing the aviation industry?
African aviation has struggled with its big idea: “liberalisation”, an idea which means extending the right of airlines to fly from one country to another, continent-wide, and lessening the restrictions they face.