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Information on Trade Agreements Needs to be More Forthcoming

In response to recent news on the EU referendum, Black Country Chamber of Commerce President, Ninder Johal wants to remind Black Country businesses of the number of Trade Agreements currently being negotiated on our behalf by the EU.

Euler Hermes Survey: Exports Critical to U.S. Small-Medium (SME) Business Growth

Two-thirds of U.S. small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) feel that exporting has contributed to their business growth, according to a national survey released today by Euler Hermes, a global provider of trade credit insurance. Exporting SMEs also estimate, according to the Euler Hermes’ 2015 U.S. Export Survey, that they could increase revenues by 26.3 percent in three years and 42.4 percent in five years if armed with the right risk management tools.

Small business advice: how do I start exporting?

Every fortnight a small business owner asks James Caan for advice. This week, a reader asks: How do I decide which country to export my products to? Where do I start? Exporting is a huge step to take in business and, like all aspects of your startup journey, requires significant research and dedication. 

Richmond, Boustany sign petition to save Export-Import Bank

WASHINGTON – Two Louisiana congressional members — Democrat Cedric Richmond and Republican Charles Boustany — have signed a discharge petition that will force the House to vote on legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank despite strong opposition from majority Republicans who want to close it.

FSB welcomes EU trade focus on small business

The Federation of Small Businesses has warmly received the European Commission’s new small business-friendly trade strategy.

Ag Secretary Vilsack calls Trans-Pacific pact good for California farmers

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is barnstorming for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement.

On Tuesday, Vilsack was joined by Rep. Jim Costa, D-Fresno, in a news conference at Fresno Yosemite International Airport before heading to the Pacific Northwest

Australia-Europe free trade agreement talks could start within months

London: Australia could start work on a free trade agreement with Europe before the end of the year, after the European Commission announced on Wednesday it will seek permission to open formal negotiations.

If EU member states agree, Europe will push to have the deal signed before the end of 2018, a European MP familiar with the trade deal told Fairfax Media.

Trade for All: European Commission presents new trade and investment strategy

This more responsible approach responds to new economic realities in line with the EU’s foreign policy. Based on three key principles – effectiveness, transparency and values – it ensures trade policy benefits as many people as possible. The Commission is proposing a new trade and investment strategy for the European Union, entitled ‘Trade for All: Towards a more responsible trade and investment policy’. 

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