Saturday 19 September, 2020
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Category Archives: UK TRADE AND BUISNESS

According to Guardians report that fresh action will be needed to support Britain’s economy as it emerges from a temporary sweet spot caused by massive government financial support and the lifting of lockdown restrictions, a Bank of England...

One of London’s biggest commercial landlords is to subsidise discounted meals beyond the Treasury’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme in a bid to avoid a renewed slump in footfall. By Sky News  The Grosvenor Estate, which...

British retailers have cut the most jobs since the depths of the financial crisis and expect the pace of losses to accelerate, the Confederation of British Industry said, adding to warning signs of an expected sharp rise in unemployment. Tuesday’s...

Retail giant Marks & Spencer has said it plans to cut around 7000 jobs over the next three months across stores, regional management and its support centre. It plans to reduce the number of roles at the retail chain’s central support centre,...

The economic relationship between the UK and China has grown significantly over the past two decades. From BBC Business News In 1999, China was the UK’s 26th biggest export market. It now sits in sixth place. Trade between the two countries...

Britain and the European Union are set to miss their end-June deadline for assessing future cross-border trade in financial services, leaving just six months before a potentially messy UK exit, financial industry, and EU officials say. Britain...

The gloomy prospects facing the UK car industry have been underlined by 2,000 new job losses and the worst May car sales since 1952. by Guadian News Only 20,000 new cars were registered in May compared with 184,000 during the same month in...

People arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days from 8 June to help slow the spread of coronavirus, the government has said. Travellers will need to tell the government where they will quarantine, with enforcement through random spot...

Fraud is often at its most virulent during downturns and crises – both of which are happening with the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest PwC Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey 2020 told us that 47% of respondents experienced fraud in...

Lloyd’s of London is likely to pay out $3.0 billion-4.3 billion in insurance claims related to the coronavirus pandemic, similar to losses from the 9/11 attacks, it said on Thursday. From Reuters  News The pandemic has locked down economies...