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Monthly Archives: August 2015

#QITOchat | Fastest growing online shopping market | UK GDP growth

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DHL and BCC discuss export challenges faced by UK businesses   Following the release of the Q2 2015 Quarterly International Trade Outlook, which found that 68 per cent of exporters struggle to recruit the right skills, DHL Express UK and …

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DHL and British Chambers of Commerce discuss export challenges with UK businesses

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Following the release of the Q2 2015 Quarterly International Trade Outlook report, DHL Express UK and the British Chambers of Commerce held a Twitter chat to answer questions from UK businesses about exporting during the skills shortage. We invited local …

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Q2 2015 International Trade Outlook | Online sales rising | Greece

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Q2 2015 Quarterly International Trade Outlook highlights   The latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce and DHL highlights that UK businesses remain confident, particularly in the manufacturing industry. During Q2 2015, the UK economy grew …

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Quarterly International Trade Outlook (QITO) for Q2 2015

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The Q2 2015 QITO shows confidence levels among UK exporters – especially manufacturers – continues to be high, particularly in the North East and West Midlands. The British Chambers of Commerce, in conjunction with DHL, has launched its Quarterly International …

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EU–Vietnam Trade Deal | France GDP growth | BCC Twitter Chat

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EU and Vietnam complete Free Trade Agreement   The European Union and Vietnam have reached a Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which is expected to take effect in 2017. Negotiations for the agreement began in 2012 and it is the second …

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New target markets for UK SMEs | Sweden | New partnership with MotoGP™

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British businesses look beyond Europe   According to the latest Western Union International Trade Monitor Report, Asia and North America are seen as increasingly important trading partners compared to Europe. The report is based on a poll of over 1,000 …

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