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Global trade

What initiatives around global trade are taking shape as we emerge from crisis planning and into recovery?

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Chart of the week: CP Trans-Pacific Partnership

11-02-2021

12 February 2021: The UK wrote to New Zealand at the start of this month formally requesting permission to apply for membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership. What is the CPTPP and what opportunities would joining provide to the UK?

Secure and rules-based – this is what makes the UK investible

26-01-2021

27 January 2021: Certainty of contract, governance, standards and rules – these are what makes the UK attractive to foreign investors. We speak to ICAEW member Saqib Bhatti, MP for Meriden, about foreign direct investment into the UK and the prospects for trade.

A process not an event: trade after Brexit transition

04-01-2021

4 January 2021: While the UK-EU trade deal is a positive step towards ensuring the ongoing flow of goods between the two partners, many questions remain on how it will affect business operations in the current COVID climate.

Chart of the week: UK trade in goods

03-12-2020

4 December 2020: With less than a month to go before the UK leaves the EU Single Market and Customs Union, trade is high on the agenda as negotiations between the UK and the EU go down to the wire.

Brexit planning: labels, logistics and whisky

30-10-2020

2 November 2020: Ian Macleod Distillers Ltd is a Scottish independent company that has forged a strong reputation in the spirits industry. Its CFO, Mike Younger, talks Brexit, labels and logistics.

Brexit planning: part of business resilience

20-10-2020

21 October 2020: The Brexit conversation used to revolve largely around processing forms. Now it is more about the CFO grasping that Brexit is a key part of business resilience. This is this view of Tim Morris, Chief Executive of UK Major Ports Group.

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