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New partnership hopes to boost British exports
British export credit agency Atkins International has teamed up with UK Export Finance (UKEF) in a bid to boost UK
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President Trump stalls decision on UK steel and aluminium export tariffs
A number of metal tariffs which were due to be imposed on the UK by the US on 1 May
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Concerns that ‘no-deal’ Brexit could be damaging for British food and drink industry
In recent days, the Government’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has warned that a ‘no-deal’ Brexit could have
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‘Healthy growth’ for UK service exports
Exports of UK services are on the rise, having reached £158 billion in 2017, new data from the Office for
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Overseas demand for UK goods and services to ‘double by 2030’
A new report has estimated that international demand for British-made goods and services will double by the year 2030.
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Overseas demand for artisan chocolate boosts British exports
New research from the Government Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has revealed that strong demand for artisan
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What you need to know about the new Customs Declaration Service
At Reanda, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of international business trade. That’s why we think it is
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Small businesses urged to explore international trade opportunities
The UK Government is determined to double the nation’s exports to hit £1 trillion a year by 2020. However, in
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UK manufacturers eyeing up increased profits as exports remain strong
British manufacturing businesses are anticipating strong profit growth over the next six months, a new study has revealed.
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Call for UK Chancellor to “freeze business rates” in Spring Statement
In recent days, a prominent real estate group has called on the British Chancellor, Philip Hammond, to “freeze business rates”
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