Category Archives: Brexit and International Trade 2021

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How Brexit brought food and drink brands under threat

For those of us who enjoy a hearty summer picnic, Brexit threatened to bring rain clouds to the party, with fears over…
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The push to decarbonise international trade

In July, the European Commission proposed the world’s first system of carbon tariffs, the Carbon Border Adjust Mechanism (CBAM). The new tax…
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What Brexit has taught SMEs

As businesses head into phase two of life outside the EU, the survivors of Brexit’s difficult birth may now view the crisis…
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Dealing with post-Brexit staff shortages

Almost half of UK businesses are experiencing staff shortages, according to new research. For many executives, the problems stem from Brexit. According to…
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Why Brexit shortages are forcing supply chain redesigns

What do McDonald’s milkshakes, Haribo sweets and Nando’s peri-peri chicken have in common? Supplies have all been hit by a shortage of…
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What Brexit means for business operations in Europe

The UK’s trade agreement with the EU allows businesses to benefit from tariff-free trade with the bloc. However, many companies must still…
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Trading through the political tensions of the Yellow Sea

HMS Queen Elizabeth sits anchored at the U.S. naval base in Yokosuka, Japan during the aircraft carrier’s world tour This summer, HMS Queen…
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Exporting British business post-Brexit – Raconteur

In the wake of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic, exports present a global opportunity for British companies seeking to expand beyond the EU.…
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