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BCC/DHL: British exporters keep calm and carry on

The British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL, today (Thursday) publishes its latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook, based on survey and documentation data from UK exporters.

Budget 2017: Full BCC reaction

The BCC provides its full reaction to the Autumn Budget presented by the Chancellor today.

BCC: Government must provide clarity on future of UK’s VAT regime

Anastassia Beliakova, Head of Trade Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, comments on n the publication of the Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Bill.

BCC: UK’s weak trade position shows no signs of improving

BCC comments on the trade statistics for September, released today by the ONS.

BCC Quarterly Economic Survey: Manufacturing boost fails to lift UK growth

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) today (Friday) publishes its Quarterly Economic Survey – the UK’s largest and most authoritative private-sector business survey.

Adam Marshall: Great global trading nations need great foundations

Adam Marshall delivers his keynote speech at the BCC International Trade Summit, taking place today (Thursday) at The Vox in Birmingham.

BCC comments on UK trade statistics for September 2017

BCC comments on the trade statistics for September 2017, released today by the ONS.

BCC comments on trade and customs white papers

Anastassia Beliakova, Head of Trade Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, comments on the publication of the trade and customs white papers

BCC comments on Prime Minister’s speech

BCC responds to the Prime Minister’s speech at Conservative Party Conference 2017.

British and Finnish Chambers in joint call to minimise potential Brexit trade barriers

On the occasion of the visit of a high-level Finnish business delegation to London, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), and the Finnish Chambers of Commerce (Kauppakamari) are today (14 September 2017) jointly calling for UK and EU negotiators to minimise trade barriers - and prioritise shared economic ties beyond Brexit.