Look back at the recent event recording of International Trade L!ve, which took place on 27 May 2021.
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020 and the transition period governed by the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU ended on 31 December 2020.
International Trade L!ve focuses on the areas that matter most. Providing information and advice to help you keep trading successfully through 2021 and beyond.
Fragomen is helping RAMP (The Refugee, Asylum and Migration Policy) to respond to The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) who have asked them to conduct an investigative inquiry into the new immigration system.
Responding to the announcement of the ‘green list’ for international travel, British Chambers of Commerce Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:
Introducing Jonathan Knott, the new HM Trade Commissioner for the LATAC region and Consul General São Paulo. This event will be moderated by BCC’s Director Global Business Networks, Anne-Marie Martin.
Speaking after news that the Trade and Co-operation Agreeement has been ratified, Hannah Essex, Co-Executive Director of the BCC, said:
Castings Technology International (Cti) has recently produced the largest single component ever cast by the company in Commercially Pure titanium and probably the largest titanium part poured into a ceramic mould.
The volume of goods being exported from the UK under the Common Transit Convention has increased significantly since Brexit.
The UK is still not in a position to assume responsibility for regulation in several critical policy areas including trade, crime and the environment, a new academic report - UK regulation after Brexit - has found.
The British Chambers of Commerce’s Trade Confidence Outlook for Q1, released today, has revealed the stark issues facing UK exporters in the first months of this year.
Since the end of the transition period the UK government has signed trade agreements with over 80 countries and has the aspiration to agree a deal with many more including Australia, New Zealand, India, the USA as well as to accede to the CP-TPP.
Responding to the publication of the Global Travel Taskforce Framework for International Travel, British Chambers of Commerce Director of Policy James Martin said:
Most people would agree that the end of 2020 was a welcome relief, but the start of 2021 is already bringing its own challenges in the immigration world, with the overhaul of the UK’s immigration system.
Rules of Origin determine the economic nationality of a good under a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
Understanding Rules of Origin is key to ensuring your business can trade internationally without complications. Here are a number of questions that we are frequently asked regarding Rules of Origin.
The British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with moneycorp, surveyed more than 1,000 UK firms to understand the impact of both Covid-19 and Brexit on UK businesses.
Gripple, manufacturer of suspension systems for construction, has come top of the class in the national 2020 Make UK Manufacturing Awards, crowned as Manufacturer of the Year, winning two other categories, and one apprentice receiving a regional award.
The University of Sheffield is calling for business views and opinions to help shape its Remote Voluntary Internship Programme for international students.
Commenting on the announcement of the postponement, Adam Marshall, Director General of the BCC, said: