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Exporting to Canada? Tips to grow sales

Exporting to Canada – Overview Canada is a stable economy in North America and is constantly a top tier GDP economy (source Statistics Times). This offers excellent opportunities for those companies exporting to Canada. Canada has a stable government, strong rule of law and effective regulatory system. It is ranked by the World Bank in […]

Trading with the UAE? Here is useful Tips & Information

Overview of the UAE The United Arab Emirates (UAE) economy is currently experiencing limited growth due to the OPEC-mandated oil production cuts. However with Dubai hosting the World Expo in 2020 and oil prices projected to raise growth is expected to pick up in the medium term (source:  worldbank.org). The United Arab Emirates is an […]

Selling into China? Updates on China Trade Information

Overview of China Trade China Trade will soon become a keystone of any companies international strategic sales review. Despite slower-than-expected economic growth, China remains the main engine of the global economy. Today anyone who is involved in international business cannot avoid trading with China. China is predicted to overtake the USA to become the largest […]

Exporting to Brazil? – Facts & Information

                        Overview of Brazil Export to Brazil Information. Brazil is predicted to overtake both the UK and France to become the seventh largest economy in 2020 (source Euromonitor International ).  According to a PWC report Brazil is expected to replace Germany and become the 5th largest […]

Review – Doing Business In Mexico

Overview of Mexico By 2020 Mexico is widely projected to be a top 10 economy. (Source Euromonitor International ).  Mexico is expected to be the 6th largest trading nation in the world by 2050. Mexico is a politically stable country with prudent management of its economy. It has a population of 125 million with 46% […]

**Importing Tips** – How to protect Your Supplier Data

Your company has invested a lot of resources into developing foreign suppliers for its products in countries such as China so that it can gain a competitive sales advantage over its rivals. If you’ve ever imported anything, you will most likely have heard of a document called the “Bill of Lading”. The “Bill of Lading” […]

Update on EU / South America Trade Deal

The EU and South America have stepped up their talks. EU trade agreements are now in demand with other trading blocks This is because of Donald Trump’s decision to remove the US from the trans-Pacific trade deal has stimulated leaders in the EU & the founding members of the South American trading block called Mercosur […]

India shows lack of interest in doing a trade deal with the European Union

                      India’s decision not to renew an investment treaty with the Netherlands has sounded warning bells to the European Union that this will be the start of a process of India allowing many bilateral Investment protection deals with other European countries to expire. India has […]

EU indicates End to TTIP talks

                        The recent election of Donald Trump may have finally put the nail into the coffin of the current trade negotiations between the USA & the EU. However there were massive signals from the European side of difficulties which required drastic amendments which would […]

CETA approved by Belgium

The Belgian state of Wallonia has reached agreement with the Belgian government and now looks likely that it will approve the Belgian governments sign off on the Canada EU Trade Agreement called CETA. The agreement which was due to be signed off at a summit on 27th October by the Prime Minister of Canada and […]