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A joint report by Google and Temasek Holdings has predicted that the Southeast Asian internet economy is expected to be worth $200bn within the next seven years. The report, called ‘e-Conomy Southeast Asia Spotlight 2017’, noted that growth last year outstripped expectations by 35%, worth $50bn at the end of the year. E-Commerce sales have […] The post Southeast Asia internet economy to be worth $200bn within next decade appeared first on Go Exporting.

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A new study has found that three-quarters of UK small and medium-sized businesses currently exporting are yet to factor in and formulate a specific post-Brexit strategy. The report, released by the Chartered Institute of Marketing and PwC Research, warned that whilst many firms are expecting to see export volumes and revenues grow over the next […] The post Many exporting SMEs yet to factor in Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Liam Fox has written an article for The Sun in which he encourages Britain’s small businesses to become ‘intrepid exporters’ whilst reinforcing the view that Brexit is a pathway by which the UK can become a trading superpower. The International Trade Secretary has been busy on the public relations front, sharing positive and motivational business […] The post Fox: Booming countries believe in Britain appeared first on Go Exporting.

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A new export strategy from the UK government aims to boost total exports to 35% as a proportion of GDP. The new plans aim to ‘make Britain a 21st century exporting superpower’ after extensive consultation with local businesses across sectors. Plans also set out targets to increase productivity, wages and job security. International Trade Secretary, […] The post New Government export strategy aims to make Britain ‘21st Century exporting superpower’ appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Over 5,000 UK companies paused exporting plans in 2016 as a result of the Brexit referendum result. That’s according to research released last month by academics at Cambridge, whose report also suggested that nearly 4,000 companies actively stopped exporting over uncertainty surrounding future trade rules and border taxes. Academics Meredith Crowley, Oliver Exton and Lu […] The post Over 5,000 UK firms paused export plans over Brexit, but are they being too cautious? appeared first on Go...

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The UK’s global exports reached a record £616bn last year with both goods and services seeing marked growth. Exports to non-EU countries in 2017 were valued a £342bn, 55% of total export value, with £274bn in EU exports. Good exports soared 13% to £339bn over the year, whilst services increased 7% to £277bn. Interestingly, key […] The post UK exports reach record high appeared first on Go Exporting.

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Dragons’ Den presenter and economist Evan Davis says nobody really knows what direction business after Brexit will go and many are still waiting to see what Brexit actually means. In a radio interview with New Zealand-based NewstalkZB, Davis spoke extensively on Britain’s business uncertainty post-Brexit. The famed presenter and host of predominantly startup and SME […] The post Dragons’ Den host Evan Davis talks business and Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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The EU and Japan have signed a mammoth free trade deal, creating the world’s biggest economic area, and the biggest trade agreement either has ever committed to. The deal covers a 3rd of the world’s GDP and will act as a timely counterweight to Trump’s tariffs on trade into the US which included 25% tariffs […] The post EU, Japan sign free trade agreement covering 3rd of planet’s GDP appeared first on Go Exporting.

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New research has suggested that British businesses are more optimistic about trading with the EU than last year, despite recent stumbling blocks surrounding Brexit. The survey, conducted annually by OFX, found that 62% of 500 business owners felt confident about doing business outside of the UK, with 46% of SMEs saying Brexit had no effect […] The post UK SMEs planning to increase European exports despite Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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They say there’s never a dull week in politics, but it’ll take one heck of a week to top the one we’ve had so far. Within the last seven days, we’ve had the Chequers agreement, an agreed-upon way forward within the Cabinet. But just days later and we’re listening to a new Brexit secretary and […] The post Businesses react to the week in Brexit appeared first on Go Exporting.

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