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Nearly a quarter of exporters to the EU considering holding back activity in the EU   

Nearly a quarter of exporters to the EU considering holding back activity in the EU   

esults from the latest British Chambers of Commerce survey, in partnership with moneycorp, found that while 44% of UK exporters to the EU plan to grow their exports to the European Union, nearly a quarter (23%) are looking to either reduce their activity in the EU or have no activity at all in the next 12 months, following the ratification of the UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement.  Two-thirds of UK businesses are looking to increase activity in the domestic market. 

EU Exit – What’s on this week?

EU Exit – What’s on this week?

This week Parliamentarians will be focussed on the future UK-EU relationship, after the UK Government wrote to the European Commission last week requesting an extension of grace periods concerning goods crossing from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.  Currently, supermarkets and other businesses are allowed to operate with reduced requirements for paperwork and certification when moving goods, however the first of these periods will expire in April.  In a letter to Vice President Maroš Šefčovič, the UK Government requested:

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