What are Cookies?
- For more information on Cookies, go to: www.AboutCookies.org
You can prevent the setting of Cookies by going to your web browser settings (go to the Help page in the browser menu). Depending on your browser type, you may be able to choose which types of Cookies you disable.
The Cookies we set
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There are different types of Cookie. We use the definitions of the International Chamber of Commerce.
- Strictly Necessary Cookies
These Cookies are essential for you to be able to move around our website and use its features. They do notcollect information that can be used to contact you outside this site, and they do not remain on your device after you have finished looking at this site (known as “session Cookies”).
- Performance Cookies
These Cookies collect information about how visitors use our website, such as which pages are viewed, how often, and whether it is working well. This data is used only when aggregated and does not identify you as a single visitor. These Cookies may be sent to a third party, such as Google analytics so that we can see how many people (but not who they are) have used our site. These are also session Cookies.
- Functionality Cookies
These Cookies allow our website to remember any preferences you have such as text size. They may also allow you to watch videos, blogs or access our social media pages, or to leave comments or messages for us. These Cookies may remain in place for a time after you have left our website (“Persistent” Cookies).
- Targeting Cookies
These Cookies are used by third parties to deliver advertisements which are more relevant to you and measure how effective advertising campaigns are. These Cookies will also persist after you leave our website.