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UK fish exporters are being urged to sign-up to a new digital catch certificate service to ensure they’re able to continue selling to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Advice published by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs this month said that businesses should take action now to avoid issues […] The post Fishing industry urged to avoid no-deal exports catch appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The number of UK firms exporting, and the value of exports, has increased once more year-on-year according to the latest DiT data. Figures from HMRC showed 110,800 VAT-registered businesses exporting last year, whilst the exports of goods across all four UK regions also increased. Scotland led the export growth charts with a 5.6% rise in […] The post Strong annual export growth for UK businesses appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Over 70% of UK manufacturers have an export-based growth strategy for their business. That’s according to the latest Annual Manufacturing Report data from The Manufacturer, whereby 71% of manufacturers are actively seeking new markets to penatrate. The news is positive and highlights the resilience and optimism of exporting manufacturers in the UK in the approaching […] The post 71% of UK manufacturers have an export-based growth strategy appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Almost three-quarters of UK manufacturers have reported that Brexit is causing damage to long-term strategic planning and future business prospects. That’s the Brexit headline from the latest Annual Manufacturing Report produced by The Manufacturer in which 71% said Brexit uncertainty is damaging strategic planning and business prospects. Commenting in the report, Director at Cumbric Ltd […] The post Three quarters UK manufacturers report Brexit is damaging business planning and prospects...

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In the event of a no deal Brexit, it could take seven years to re-establish frictionless, tariff-free trade between the UK and EU. That’s the opinion of two leading EU law specialists who have warned that it might not be as simple as it sounds to simply default to World Trade Organisation tariffs should the […] The post Could it take 7 years to re-establish frictionless trade following a no-deal Brexit? How to prepare your import / export business for No Deal appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The UK has looked to sure-up its trading relationship with Chile after the signing of a new trade continuity agreement. Signed by Jamie Bowden, Ambassador to Chile an the Chilean Foreign Minister Roberto Ampuero on 30th January, the deal will see companies and consumers cotinue to benefit from preferental trading arrangements after Brexit. Trade in […] The post UK firms up trading relationship with Chile appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Almost half of UK companies feel they are unprepared for a chaotic exit from the EU according to the Bank of England’s quarterly inflation report. The report, which quizzed 200 businesses about their Brexit preparations and readiness, found that half had begun planning for no deal and no transition, but half said they felt unprepared […] The post Nearly half of UK firms not prepared for chaotic Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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More startups than ever are exporting from the get-go as a core businesses strategy. In fact, data from the Office for National Statistics show the number of exporting UK SMEs grew by nearly 7% in 2017 compared to the year previously, meaning 10% of all SME’s now export. Whereas it can be commonly thought to […] The post 3 pieces of advice for startups considering exporting appeared first on Go Exporting.

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UK exports have risen for a 32nd consecutive month on a 12-month rolling basis, worth £630 billion in the year to November 2018 according to data released this month from the Office for National Statistics. The continued growth has seen an additional £13.9 billion in value added to UK goods and services exports. There was […] The post UK exports rise for 32nd consecutive month appeared first on Go Exporting.

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UK businesses exporting or importing with the EU have been urged by HMRC to apply for an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number so they can continue trading in the event of a No Deal Brexit. With Theresa May’s deal set to be voted on by Parliament tomorrow and the rhetoric having advanced to a […] The post UK firms trading with EU urged to apply for EORI number in preparation for No Deal appeared first on Go Exporting.

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