Negotiations will soon begin on a monumental trade deal, known as a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), between the European Union and the United States
Today the US-EU High Level Working Group published its recommendations on jobs and growth.
The success of London 2012 has put British companies in the box seat to win a share of the lucrative global sporting events business sector which is reckoned to be worth £92 billion by 2015.
Trade Minister Lord Green has welcomed a trade delegation from the Government of Sao Paulo today, who are in the UK to present eight Public Private Partnership (PPP) infrastructure projects, worth $20 billion, to British potential contractors.
UK companies are benefiting from the varied commercial opportunities available across all sectors in Brazil — as a recent Brazilian Attractiveness Survey shows.
Well-prepared UK exporters are increasingly focussing on the dynamic down-the-line opportunities offered by the world’s emerging economies.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg’s visit to Turkey aims to strengthen UK-Turkey bilateral trade.
£13 million of funding has been awarded by the Government to help 10,000 more British firms export.
A group of UK creative companies are set to embark on a mission to Brazil in a bid to demonstrate UK creativity and boost trade.
Trade Minister Lord Green and Olympics Legacy Ambassador Seb Coe today vowed to build on the success of the Olympic and Paralympic Games by working with industry to promote British skills, products and services around the world.