The European Parliament has approved a draft directive intended to help businesses claim damages if they are victims of unfair trading practices such as cartels and abuses of dominant market positions.
Describing it as a key milestone in the programme to strengthen overseas business networks, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has announced accreditation of British Chambers of Commerce in Singapore.
More than 700 international senior business professionals from across the world will be in Dubai next month for Arabian Gateway, an event aimed at those actively seeking to expand their company sales in the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa), using the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as their base.
The Liverpool City Region will see the UK’s most significant international trade and commerce showcase since 1951 when it plays host during June and July to the International Festival for Business (IFB).
Although they were announced two years ago, the Government’s two flagship export schemes for businesses have yet to help a single firm according to evidence unearthed by Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna.
The total US HLS (Homeland Security) and Public Security markets are forecasted to grow from US$74.5 billion in 2012 to US$107.3 billion in 2020, so there are certain to be many companies interested in accessing these contracts.