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BCC comments on No-Deal Readiness Report and temporary tariff regime

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the publication of the No-Deal Readiness Report and temporary tariffs regime.

BCC study shows major gaps in official Brexit guidance for businesses in the event of ‘no deal’

The British Chambers of Commerce today publishes an evaluation of official UK Government guidance to businesses on critical operational issues in the event of an unwanted ‘no deal’ exit on 31st October.

BCC forecast: Business investment and productivity sinking amid Brexit stalemate and global slowdown

The British Chambers of Commerce has today (Monday) released its latest economic forecast, downgrading growth expectations for the UK in 2019 to 1.2% (from 1.3%) and to 0.8% (from 1.0%) for 2020. Our GDP growth forecast of 1.2% remains unchanged for 2021.

BCC comments on GDP and trade

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the latest UK GDP and trade statistics, published today by the ONS.

BCC: Business still unable to prepare fully for a no deal Brexit

New research from the British Chambers of Commerce shows a concerningly high number of UK firms aren’t ready for a no deal Brexit.

BCC comments on Spending Review

BCC responds to the Spending Review 2019.

Why does my business need an EORI number?

BCC's Head of Economics and Trade, Suren Thiru, discusses why registering for an EORI number is so important for UK firms that currently trade with the EU.

Success for BCC campaign to simplify trade procedures as Government acts to issue EORI numbers

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General, of the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the announcement that the government will act on the BCC’s call to automatically issue businesses with an EORI number.

BCC/DHL: Give UK businesses the confidence they need to trade internationally

Many UK exporters are treading water at a time of deep uncertainty, according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.

BCC to PM: Now time to get down to business

Today the British Chambers of Commerce – which represents 75,000 firms of all sizes and sectors, employing 6 million people – has written to incoming Prime Minister Boris Johnson setting out 15 urgent, immediate steps that the PM must address on arrival in Downing Street to boost business confidence and stimulate the UK economy.