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News & Press: International Trade News

Most read stories from the Daily Update in a week dominated by government announcements

31 July 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: William Barns-Graham
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The UK’s preparations for post-transition truly went up a notch this week with several key government announcements about the country’s preparations for trade with the EU after December 2020.

Included among them on Wednesday was a new £50m funding pot for businesses to train, recruit and buy IT software for completing customs declarations.

Our readers’ interest was also piqued by progress in the UK-Japan talks and the latest arguments over the government’s state aid plans.

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  5. UK close to first post-Brexit trade deal with Japan – but agreement may resemble ‘more of the same' »