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UK trade deficit at seven-month low | Europe | 2014 for exporters

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Britain’s trade deficit narrows to seven-month low in October The Office for National Statistics has announced that the UK’s trade deficit in goods and services dropped from £2.8 billion in September to £2 billion at the beginning of November – …

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2014: A promising year for British exporters

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 What did this past year bring in terms of international trade? In our video ‘Britain in the race to export’ – released in October 2013 – we explained why British businesses are in an ideal position to make 2014 their …

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Doing business with Europe: An overview

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Confusing your Balkans with your Baltics? Here’s our overview of Europe’s geopolitical and economic blocs. If you’re looking to take your business global, our Trading with Europe, the EU and EFTA guides give a strong overview of the opportunities available …

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UK exporters optimistic about 2015 | Poland | DHL’s shipping support

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UK exporters optimistic about 2015 trade prospects As part of UKTI’s Export Week in November, more than 400 British exporters were interviewed to share their thoughts on going global. The results show that Britain’s international traders are positive that conditions …

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Autumn Statement | Austria | Chamber Awards Review

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Autumn Statement details further support for SMEs and exporters Yesterday, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne gave his annual Autumn Statement to Parliament: an update on the British government’s plans for the economy based on the latest forecasts from the …

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2014 Autumn Statement: 5 key takeaways for SMEs & exporters

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On 3 December, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne gave his annual Autumn Statement to the House of Commons: an update on the British government’s plans for the economy based on the latest forecasts from the Office for Budget Responsibility. …

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