Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch officially signed the accession treaty to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in New Zealand, marking the beginning of the UK’s… read more →
To learn more about the latest updates on MLETR adoption in the G7 countries and emerging markets, Trade Finance Global spoke with Luca Castellani, legal officer at the Secretariat of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
The potential impact of the UK’s incoming Electronic Trade Documents Bill goes far beyond a boost to the country’s trade prospects. By enshrining in law that a digital document is equivalent to physical paper, the reform means that counterparties can issue and process documents electronically by default, – and with UK law acting as the basis for trade transactions across much of the world, the opportunity for transformation is unprecedented.
Today, the Law Commission of England and Wales published their recommendations for reforming and developing digital asset laws. Digital assets – which include crypto-tokens (sometimes referred to as ‘cryptocurrencies’) and… read more →
A £26.3 million equivalent loan backed by the UK Government has allowed the Ukrainian government to start rebuilding six bridges and reopen vital supply routes near Kyiv. The loan has… read more →
The UK’s first E-Commerce Trade Commission was launched on 13th June, to encourage 70,000 more small British businesses to trade and export online and help boost the economy by £9.3bn The… read more →
A new report by Lloyds Bank shows that UK businesses have an opportunity to flourish through exporting.
UK Export Finance (UKEF) announced that they will provide £5 million in support for a Wirral-based specialist manufacturer of boats serving search and rescue, defence, and security sectors. Marine Specialised… read more →
Rishi Sunak, the UK Prime Minister, and Joe Biden, the President of the United States, have pledged their commitment to a collaborative agreement on defence and critical minerals. This strategic… read more →
The UK government, in a significant stride towards expanding trade and investment prospects between the two nations, launched the Developing Countries Trading Scheme (DCTS) in Manila. The event commenced with… read more →
Breach detection is the very essence of EyeSeal. Its standout characteristic lies in its internal installation of the device within shipping containers, delivering a significant edge over externally mounted devices that are susceptible to tampering.
The House of Commons recently released a research summary of the Electronic Trade Documents Bill (ETDB), marking yet another step towards the bill becoming an enshrined law in the summer… read more →