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UK and USA agree to carry on Mutual Recognition Agreement
The UK and USA sign an agreement to continue existing arrangements which help ease goods trade between the two nations.
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Trading after Brexit: HMRC announces Transitional Simplified Procedures for customs
Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) for customs will make importing easier for an initial period of one year should the UK
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Worldwide growth for UK service exports
Global exports of UK services have seen an increase according to recent figures. Reinforcing the strength in demand for our
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UK makes £20 billion from education exports
Data has surfaced that shows £20 billion was made from educational exports such as international students and English language training
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UK businesses are safe as Trade Remedies Authority prepares for Brexit
UK businesses will be protected after the departure from the EU on 29 March as the new Independent Trade Remedies
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More and more businesses look to overseas for opportunities
International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox MP, has stated that a record number of businesses are looking into overseas expansion
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Successful year for trade and investment, says report
More businesses than ever are seeking expansion opportunities overseas, new research has revealed. The report, published by the Department for
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UK business exporters rise year-on-year
The number of UK businesses trading abroad has increased by 6.6 per cent to 235,800, new figures have revealed.
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US public back trade deal with the UK post-Brexit
They say as one door closes, another one opens. British businesses do not want restrictions placed upon their access to
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Is your business ready for a ‘no deal’ Brexit?
The likelihood of a ‘no deal’ Brexit still remains a distinct reality, but how can a business prepare for such
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