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Imports and Exports | 27 February 2019

US opens anti-dumping probe on steel imports

The US may increase import duties on Canadian, Chinese and Mexican steel amid claims of unfair prices.


Imports and Exports | 26 February 2019

Rubber Council to cut exports in bid to boost prices

There may be forthcoming restrictions on exports of natural rubber from Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.


Brexit | 26 February 2019

UK government publishes trade remedy measures

International trade secretary Dr Liam Fox has made an announcement concerning trade remedy measures.


Imports and Exports | 26 February 2019

Australian coal held up at Chinese border as import confusion reigns

Exporting coal from Australia to China may be taking far longer than usual at present.


Brexit | 13 February 2019

Advice issued by HMRC on importing from EU to UK after a no-deal Brexit

More advice has been issued by HMRC, this time on importing to the UK should a no-deal Brexit occur.


Brexit | 13 February 2019

UK and Switzerland ratify continuity agreement

Trade will continue as usual between the UK and Switzerland after Brexit.


Imports and Exports | 13 February 2019

Figures from China suggest economic slowdown

There have been disappointing economic forecasts for China this month.


Imports and Exports | 13 February 2019

Germany sees unexpected boost to imports and exports

Germany has beaten the odds to post positive trade figures for December 2018.


Brexit | 12 February 2019

HMRC issues advice on exporting from UK to EU in no-deal Brexit scenario

A new video offers advice for UK businesses wanting to keep trading with the EU should a no-deal Brexit occur.


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.