Another massive green technology export investment, a trade deal with the Gulf and tariffs on steel could all help create more business in Britain’s industrial heartlands.
Volume of cargo booming in airports that London’s media don’t go, 50% of UK’s SME exporters say nobody yanks their supply chain and the government’s export finances are the best in the world.
UK traders have clearer passage to Indiana and Vietnam? Bring a tool when trading in Africa and a Wrightbus is heading for Australia. Help with the Customs Declarations Service?
Good news and bad news from Northern Ireland, horrific mink markets and traffic new deals
Exports are down, pestilence and plague could increase but Britain leads the world in white elephants
Businesses that make or use plastic packaging must work out who in the supply chain is going to pay the new Plastic Packaging Tax.
Hormonal beef, audit-phobia and Boris bluster have created fears but hope springs eternal in Wigan, Africa and BIFA
World Trade Organisation finally gets its digitals out
Boris Johnson announced his 10-point plan for a Green Revolution
We are sure many of you may be affected by Russian invasion of Ukraine, for a variety of reasons, including the state of trade.
Unscrupulous shipping businesses may have exploited Covid chaos and supply chain snags to rig the market and form price hiking cartels, say competition authorities from across the globe.
Importers are facing a tough six months, simultaneously dealing with an admin overload and the looming challenge of learning a new computer system that is still a work in progress