Friday 05 March, 2021
Edition: English (UK)
Times Publications
Category Archives: UK TRADE AND BUISNESS

Everything you need to know as the chancellor has delivered a budget dominated by the battle to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chancellor says Covid has ‘hit economy hard’ as he unveils tax changes, furlough details and initiatives to...

British Airways owner IAG has called for digital health passes “to reopen our skies safely” as it posted a record loss for 2020 due to Covid disruption. By BBC  Business News IAG posted an operating loss of €7.4bn (£6.5bn)...

The recent 19th Annual Bionow Awards celebrated the outstanding success and achievements of those who have worked tirelessly during the past year, including significant efforts to address the COVID-19 pandemic. The digital ceremony honoured...

Some of Businesses in Northern Ireland told BBC News recently they have seen an increase in opportunities since the end of the Brexit transition period. Some sectors have seen disruption, with a political row continuing over the Northern...

The leaders of Britain’s five largest business groups have warned the government that firms face “substantial difficulties” at UK ports since Brexit, with the prospect of a “significant loss of business” if the situation is allowed...

UK businesses that export to the European Union (EU) are being told to set up separate firms inside the bloc to avert extra charges, paperwork and taxes resulting from Brexit. In an extraordinary twist to the Brexit saga, UK small businesses...

National Express is suspending coach travel in the UK from Monday and does not expect to resume its service until March. From Sky News Non-essential travel is not allowed under rules aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus. The company...

Leaders of two firms told Guardians how drawn-out trade deal negotiations impacted their companies “If I see another advert telling me ‘are you ready for Brexit?’ I’ll throw my telly out of the window. It’s just ridiculous and insulting...

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson greets European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen outside 10 Downing Street in central London on January 8, 2020, ahead of their meeting. – The EU’s top official on Wednesday predicted...

Manufacturers are stockpiling goods as disruption at Britain’s ports before the end of the Brexit transition period piles pressure on UK companies, raising the likelihood of supply shortages.  With little more than two weeks before the UK...