Pressure is mounting on the UK government to reconsider its position on intellectual property rights in ongoing free trade talks with India. Academics, parliamentarians, healthcare professionals, and charitable organisations have… read more →
This week, the World Trade Organization (WTO) published the World Trade Statistical Review 2023, providing an in-depth analysis of the global trade landscape in the midst of worldwide turbulence.
After reaching 10-year highs in 2020, the working capital of the S&P 1500 companies returned to pre-COVID-19 levels in 2021. Today, J.P Morgan’s 2022 edition of the Working Capital Index… read more →
The race is on to lead the world in electric vehicle (EV) production. Will China dominate, or will the EU and Japan forge ahead?
Freeports are a special kind of air, rail, or seaport, where normal tax and customs rules don’t apply, says John Lucy, director of Liverpool City Region Freeport
A new report has found that the total value of world trade hit a record high in 2021, but is expected to flatline into a sluggish 2022. The Global Trade… read more →
New data show that 2021 was a record year for sales of electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK, while sales of new petrol and diesel cars flatlined after a disastrous… read more →
September was the strongest month on record since lockdown for LCV sales as average values climbed yet again and sold volumes rose significantly to reach record levels. Demand remains exceptionally… read more →
The agreement will ensure ambitious cooperation in political, security and foreign matters with Ukraine, while also securing continued preferential trade for businesses and consumers. The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson… read more →
TFG heard from Robert Meters on the significant role of trade credit insurance in the current economic crisis the global trade is facing.
Department for International Trade (DIT) steps up engagement with British industry and farmers as UK trade negotiations intensify Eleven new trade advisory groups, covering a range of key sectors, established… read more →
A favourable context Foreign trade and inclusion in supply chains had already increased for Central & Eastern European (CEE) in recent years, boosted by most of its countries’ decision to… read more →
The UK’s response to new security laws in Hong Kong and the decision to offer a route to citizenship for almost three million Hongkongers has been met frostily by China.… read more →
Although the second quarter of 2020 is shaping up to be the most challenging period of the year, there are now good reasons to think that the road to recovery… read more →