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The government has launched a new online tool to help identify barriers for UK exporting businesses.  The aim of the platform is to help the government’s own trade experts spot potential legal, regulatory, labelling, licensing or any other unnecessary barriers to trade which can then be worked on with countries around the world.  Once a […] The post New online tool launched for exporters to report barriers to trade appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Brexit is once again supposedly just weeks away. Whether it’s the new Prime Minister’s insistence that the UK will depart the European Union with or without the deal on 31st October, or the fact that Brexit Day now somewhat fittingly falls on Halloween, it could be that the months of uncertainty for businesses will be […] The post £10 million Brexit readiness boost for UK businesses appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The number of permanent staff hired by UK companies has dropped at the quickest rate in more than three years.  Research by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, alongside a report from KPMG, has uncovered that the number of full-time recruits fell for six consecutive months to August, suggesting that ‘many firms [are] delaying hiring decisions […] The post Brexit uncertainty blamed for slowest hiring rate in three years appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The Department of Agriculture has suggested it expects the pattern of trade to change following Brexit and warned that ‘not all exports can comply with new post-Brexit rules’.  Businesses exporting agri-food products into the EU which are not member states will require an Export Health Certificate – an official document which carries an authorised signature […] The post ‘Not all businesses will be able to meet the new Export Health Certificate requirements’ after Brexit appeared first on Go...

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The CBI has launched a report with some 200 recommendations and actions for businesses and governments to take as the likelihood of no-deal Brexit increases.  The report, titled ‘What comes next?’, unveils a detailed analysis of advice for its members and the wider business community, covering everything from the movement and regulations of goods to […] The post CBI releases 200 actions firms and government should take in preparation for no-deal Brexit, warning ‘no one is ready’ appeared first...

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UK businesses are stepping up Brexit preparations and looking to prove their exporting credentials as the number of AEO applications surge.  Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status shows that a businesses role within international supply chains as being secure – compliant and up-to-speed with customs controls and procedures.  UK firms have lagged far behind in AEO […] The post UK exporters step-up Brexit preparations as AEO applications surge appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The pace of the government’s legislative preparations for Brexit has surged in the first half of this year with four times as many Brexit-related bills passed compared to H2 2018.  Thomson Reuters reported that 488 legislative pieces were passed from January to June, compared to 112 in the latter stages of last year.  The first […] The post 500 new Brexit laws passed in H1 2019 appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Irish exporters to the UK are facing a ‘severe threat’ as sterling hit a two-year low.  With the arrival of new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and a more steadfast approach to 31st October as Brexit day, the pound saw its value slide with the possibility of no-deal becoming increasingly likely.  Marry that with comments from […] The post Concern for Irish exporters as sterling drops on rising no-deal fears appeared first on Go Exporting.

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An alarming number of UK businesses reliant on imports from the EU to operate are falling behind in their Brexit planning and would not be ready for a hard exit from the European Union, with a leaked Cabinet note warning it would take ‘at least four to five months’ to improve the readiness of British […] The post UK businesses reliant on EU imports ‘not even close to ready’ for no-deal Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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New data has shown that 66% of the UK public supports free trade deals, with just 3% opposing them. That’s the findings of the Department for International Trade’s first ‘public attitudes to trade’ tracker, a survey of 2,400 people across the UK that aims to calculate people’s changing attitudes to trade over time. Giving reasons […] The post Two in three of the UK public support free trade deals appeared first on Go Exporting.

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