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30 March 2020
Call for government to include import taxes in COVID-19 deferred payment scheme »
The Institute of Export & International Trade is calling on the government to include import taxes in its COVID-19 mea...
25 March 2020
Training moves online for IOE&IT during the Covid-19 outbreak »
Training courses from the Institute of Export & International Trade are now being conducted online, giving businesses...
23 March 2020
Free webinar to advise businesses how to mitigate impact of Covid-19 »
The Institute of Export & International Trade is running a one-hour webinar this Thursday advising businesses on how t...
19 March 2020
Supply chains will "fundamentally change", DG says on Barclays Facebook Live stream »
IOE&IT Director General, Marco Forgione, has called for “granular details” of how business can access the financial su...
18 March 2020
IOE&IT calls for ‘more detail’ on government help for hauliers and shippers »
Institute of Export & International Trade director general Marco Forgione has called for “specific help” for road haul...

International Trade News
3 hours ago
Pharma supply chain: 3 things to know today »
Amongst the various battlegrounds created by coronavirus, including saving lives and the race to find a vaccine, perhaps o...
3 hours ago
Government tells banks: ‘don’t deny good firms in financial difficulty’ »
The government has called on banks to “repay the favour” of the taxpayer bailout during the 2008 financial crash and step...
3 hours ago
Pandemic to accelerate digitisation of global trade, say trade authorities »
Global trade is going through a “paradigm shift” towards digitisation as a result of remote working during coronavirus out...
01 April 2020
Government waives import duty and VAT for key medical supplies »
The government has announced a lifting of import duty and VAT on medical supplies, equipment and protective garments being...
01 April 2020
Government to help fast-track imports and exports to support UK trade »
The government has today unveiled temporary ‘customs easements’ to assist UK international trade during the coronavirus ou...

30 March 2020
How VAT, duty and excise payments deferment aids cash flow »
By Kevin Shakespeare, director of stakeholder engagement at IOE&IT When goods are imported into the European Un...
27 February 2020
Member Focus: Linda Middleton-Jones LLB(Hons) MIEx »
Linda is currently the Chair of the IOE&IT's Academic Board. How long have you been involved with the Institute a...
20 February 2020
Lord Green: Look to Asia for export growth »
In the Summer 19 edition of World Trade Matters , Chairman of Asia House and President of the Institute of Export...
20 February 2020
Harnessing technology towards a clearer understanding of Incoterms® »
Written by Mark Heath, the Founder of start-up “ Open Borders Direct ” and CEO of start-up “Acies”, an insurance Managing...
11 February 2020
When crises like Coronavirus hit, planning is key »
Written by Gary Griffiths, Managing Director of Trade Finance at Bibby Financial Services (Corporate Partners of the IOE...