Posts

Imports and Exports | 6 February 2019

US 'to become net energy exporter by 2020'

Thanks to lower consumption in the US and higher production of alternative sources of energy, the US will become a net energy exporter by 2020, one group has said.


Brexit | 6 February 2019

HMRC issues no-deal Brexit contingency plans for British businesses

Thousands of British companies have been given instructions about what they will need to do to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.


Imports and Exports | 6 February 2019

Indian steel firms call for more duties on imports

The Indian government should place higher duties on imports of steel, four major metal companies have insisted.


Legislation | 23 January 2019

Israel and Ukraine sign free trade agreement: What will it mean for business?

Let's take a look at what the new free trade agreement between Israel and Ukraine will mean for trade between the two nations.


Imports and Exports | 22 January 2019

Wine from Australia enjoys an increase in exports

More wine was being exported from Australia last year, data has shown.


Legislation | 22 January 2019

Canada: Trade pact with China is not on the table

Canada will not be forging new trade ties with China, a diplomat has said.


Imports and Exports | 16 January 2019

Cognac exports up for fourth consecutive year

There was good news for exporters of the drink Cognac this week.


Imports and Exports | 16 January 2019

Restrictions on EU steel imports 'could harm wind power industry'

Targets for renewable energy production may be missed if new steel tariffs are applied, it has been claimed.


Legislation | 16 January 2019

Mixed messages from US over China trade deal

US President Donald Trump says he hopes a trade deal with China will be forthcoming, but analysts aren't so sure.


Industry News | 15 January 2019

Disappointing trade data from China sparks market slowdown

Despite analysts' optimism, there were disappointing trade figures from China this week.