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Two years ago, the United Nations warned that the planet had just 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe. Now, as 2020 gets into full swing, the latest UN report suggests little progress has been made. In fact, it’s getting worse.  A study by the Climate Accountability Institute highlighted the effect that some businesses are […] The post The Green Exporter: achieving international growth in a more environmentally-conscious world appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Data from the Office for National Statistics have shown how UK firms have been capitalising on opportunities outside of the European Union over the last 18 months.  The figures show that in the year to September 2019, EU exports grew by 1.3% to just under £300 billion. Non-EU exports, however, grew 6.3% to £373.7 billion […] The post UK exports outside the EU growing five times faster appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The confidence levels of UK businesses are slowly starting to rise after three years of political uncertainty – though investment caution remains.  The resounding majority delivered to Boris Johnson in the general election caused a sharp increase in directors’ confidence in both their own firms and the economy at large.  The Institue of Directors reported […] The post UK business confidence on the rise appeared first on Go Exporting.

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There have been numerous ways in which businesses have looked to prepare for Brexit. For some, setting up operational hubs on the continent has proved popular. Others have switched head office locations, whilst some are still resolute in their lethargy to make any operational or structural changes at all.  But for some UK companies, a […] The post Increase in UK firms claiming Estonian e-Residency to retain EU market access appeared first on Go Exporting.

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A new study has found that globalism is strong and well in the world of international business, despite a turbulent period of trade conflict and political separation.  The Global Connectedness Index (GCI), published by DHL, found that international flows were smoother than feared, with the annual barometer of global goods, capital, information and people flow […] The post Global trade remains strong as international investment stutters appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The vast majority of small business owners say they’re confident of achieving their company goals in 2020 according to a new study.  The research, carried out by Vistaprint, quizzed 500 SME bosses on their primary goals for next year and their optimism for being able to achieve them.  And despite the ongoing Brexit uncertainty, the […] The post UK SMEs confident of achieving 2020 aims despite Brexit uncertainty appeared first on Go Exporting.

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New research has uncovered small and medium-sized businesses trading internationally have grown at almost twice the rate as small firms selling within local markets.  The study, carried out by the government’s export credit agency, UK Export Finance, found that firms trading domestically experienced an 8.4% growth rate over the last five years, compared to 15.2% […] The post Exporting SMEs grow twice as fast as non-exporters appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The ongoing trade war between the USA and China has seen imports into the US from China drop by 13% so far in 2019.  Tariffs were the primary cause of the decline on imports from China, with Vietnam proving to be the biggest benefactor with exports to the States increasing nearly 35%, primarily in the […] The post US imports from China drop 13% in 2019 as trade war continues appeared first on Go Exporting.

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UK manufacturers are feeling the effects of a prolonged Brexit process as sales and orders drop into the negative, despite growth in the number of individual firms selling overseas. The British Chamber’s Quarterly International Trade Survey for Q3 2019 found that the percentage balance of manufacturers exporting internationally reporting order increases dropped from 9% to […] The post Drop in sales for British exporters as Brexit uncertainty goes on appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The number of manufacturing companies in the UK who are exporting goods has increased to the highest levels in over a decade.  Despite global trade difficulties, including within the EU, the Lloyds Bank UK International Trade Index has reported that over 81% of manufacturers exported goods in Q3 this year, up on Q2. That includes […] The post Number of exporting manufacturers on the rise appeared first on Go Exporting.

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