article By David BrinThe U.S. and Britain have begun the process of transferring the world’s supply of hotel draperies to an international supplier.

The U, the U.K. and the U,S.

have signed an agreement that will transfer the UF&L Hotel supply warehouse from the U-S.

to a new international supplier, Amtex Holdings, according to The Lad.

Amtex Holdings will take over the supply of the UFK Hotel supply warehouses from the British firm, The Lad reported.

In the deal, the new supplier will be owned by a joint venture between the U., the UK.

The deal is subject to final approval from the European Union and will come into effect by December 15, 2018.

The new supplier, which is still to be formally announced, will receive an annual $20 million investment from Amtex, the Lad reported, citing unnamed sources.

Amex Holdings has been operating as a supply-chain logistics company since 2006 and is part of the Amex Group, the biggest conglomerate in the global hotel supply business.

The deal is a huge blow to U.N. and World Bank funding of hotels in Southeast Asia, which have been plagued by rampant corruption and human trafficking in the region.

The move has come as an embarrassment for the UFSF and U.F.O.

A, the main players in the hotel industry, who have argued that the logistics contract would help to rebuild the economy and help build confidence in the future of the supply chain, according the report.