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UK food and drinks exports rise to £6.2 billion
According to the latest figures, UK food and drinks exports have increased by 8.3 per cent to £6.2 billion.
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Businesses urge Government to negotiate trade deals
Businesses are urging Boris Johnson to begin work to negotiate the terms of the UK’s future relationships with the European
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Exports: More than half of UK SMEs are not prepared for Brexit
According to the latest research, 54 per cent of UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are not prepared for Brexit.
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UK fintech industry drives record year for US investment
According to the latest research, the UK’s financial technology (fintech) industry has helped to boost US investment.
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Conservative party propose stamp duty rise for foreign buyers
Ahead of the General Election, the Conservative party has proposed an increase in stamp duty for foreign buyers of UK
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UK trade deficit reaches widest level in eight years
The UK’s trade deficit has reached its widest level in eight years, with the UK exporting £104.7 billion more services
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UK agrees post-Brexit trade continuity deal with Morocco
The UK has agreed a post-Brexit trade deal with Morocco, with trade between the two countries totalling £2.5 billion in
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UK and China agree £230 million British beef export deal
British beef is set to be exported to China after a trade deal between the UK and China was finalised.
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SMEs export potential affected by finance
Small to medium-sized enterprises’ (SMEs) export potential is being hampered by their access to finance, according to the latest research.
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Ensuring your business is prepared for Brexit – our top tips
With the UK currently scheduled to leave the European Union (EU) on 31 October 2019, ensuring that your business is
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