UK Companies

Liam Fox hails EU-Canada free trade deal as ‘important blueprint’

Liam Fox hails EU-Canada free trade deal as ‘important blueprint’ BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Liam Fox has praised the EU-Canada free trade deal (Ceta) which his fellow Leave-backing Cabinet ministers are said to favour as a model for Britain’s relationship with Europe after Brexit. http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/liam-fox-hails-eucanada-free-trade-deal-as-important-blueprint-36154238.html http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/article36154235.ece/e267e/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_3376ff99-d2f6-4454-8284-825e444833ab_1 Email Liam Fox has praised the EU-Canada free trade deal (Ceta) which his fellow Leave-backing Cabinet ministers ...

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Black Cow Vodka expands its international market into Canada as EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) comes into effect

A DORSET vodka is truly getting into the Canadian spirit as a new trade agreement means the near-total removal of import duties. Black Cow Vodka will be taking advantage of the reduction of tariffs on exports to Canada as the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) comes into effect today. International trade secretary Liam Fox has praised CETA, which his ...

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Looking forward to a new era of UK-Canada free trade

Today marks the provisional application of the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta). Ceta opens the door to a new era of UK-Canada relations, enabling companies to trade easily by removing 98 per cent of tariffs on all exports. Canada has a huge demand for world-class British products and services. From Jaguar Land Rovers produced in the Midlands, to ...

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Vote-eve ‘Tata’ twist – The Telegraph

Vote-eve ‘Tata’ twistThe TelegraphAfter all, there are at least half a dozen legitimate Tata group companies registered with Companies House, the UK companies registrar. But a fair number of companies also sport the Tata tagline which have absolutely no links whatsoever with Bombay … and more »

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Satellite Bulletin July 2017: Limit on the Liability of Satellite Launch and Operations Licence Holders in the UK – Lexology (registration)

Satellite Bulletin July 2017: Limit on the Liability of Satellite Launch and Operations Licence Holders in the UKLexology (registration)This concept of unlimited indemnity put UK companies at a competitive disadvantage compared with companies in countries such as the US, France (in relation to launch activities), Sweden and Australia, where there are risk sharing arrangements.

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Do parents share too many pictures of their children online?

Welcome to the world of “sharenting” – where more than 80% of children are said to have an online presence by the age of two. This is a world where the average parent shares almost 1,500 images of their child online before their fifth birthday. But while a recent report from OFCOM confirms many parents do share images of their ...

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Theresa May rejects Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit calls to KEEP 111 EU rules | Politics | News

Ms Sturgeon and Labour’s Carwyn Jones, her Welsh counterpart, wrote to Mrs May demanding 38 amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill in return for recommending their parliaments give the thumbs up to the new law. They want all 111 EU laws and regulations which involve devolved powers – originally created by the UK Government – to be handed directly to ...

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Human and robots working in unison by 2020

Leaders also are almost twice as likely to achieve increased revenues from AI (45% of leaders, compared to 25% of all respondents) – a clear indication that using AI to transform the customer experience also delivers competitive differentiation New research from Genpact, the global professional services firm, has suggested that nearly half of senior leaders in UK companies (48%) believe ...

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UK’s Export Finance agency ‘enhances’ its overseas investment insurance product

The UK’s Export Finance agency is to offer what it says is an “enhanced overseas investment insurance product” to better protect UK businesses that are investing abroad. The enhanced support comes as the Department for International Trade “looks to encourage more UK companies to invest overseas, realising the opportunities presented by fast-growing developing economies around the world”, the UKEF said ...

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