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작성자 Jamey Held
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DS Smith's largest customers include Amazon, one of the most notable beneficiaries of the pandemic-induced boom in online retail, as well as supermarket chain Tesco, which renewed its partnership with the group last October.

‘Our dream has come true. Our first Christmas in Britain will be something we will never forget. I know that people give gifts and thanks at Christmas for what they have, and I would like to thank the British Government.

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We feared that it might never be a reality, but we needed that dream to keep going,' he says. England Apple was a dream to hang on to - it represented hope for Books me and my family, and for all of us who risked our lives beside British soldiers.

"Increased activity and abundance of lianas can have profound impacts on the structure and function of tropical rainforests, which in turn affects the animals that depend on them," Professor Laurance says.

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He says the study underlines the need for urgent climate action but also limiting rainforest disturbance, something lianas thrive on because its easier for them to reach the upper canopy where they reproduce.

Chief executive Miles Roberts said the firm's impressive performance came against 'another year of volatile trading conditions where we have worked through the tail-end of the pandemic and, more recently, the tragic events of the Russian invasion of Ukraine'.

Revenues at the packaging business climbed by £1.5billion at constant currency levels in the year ending 30 April, with over 80 per cent of the rise attributed to higher selling prices for boxes, paper and recycling.

Jokes are handed to Farid, who asks his girls to repeat English words after him. ‘What do snowmen eat for lunch?' Answer: ‘Iceburgers.' There is frowning as they wait for the translation, and then squeals of laughter.

The company's pre-tax profits also plunged by 37 per cent due to soaring costs of making workplaces Covid-secure and supply chain constraints driving cost increases in recycling paper and old corrugated cases.

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‘Everyone is excited, there is a spirit that is uplifting at this time of year, whatever your religion and beliefs.' That can be seen in his children's faces as they put up a Christmas tree in the west London flat of their aunt, Muzghan, 35, a British citizen. There's confusion when handed crackers - they have never seen them before.

‘I know I am lucky to be alive and lucky to be in England where my family can celebrate the Christmas season. I experienced several Christmases on duty at the Embassy.
But this year we are in a different land.

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