Norfolk Business News

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02/01/2018
A future UK-EU trade deal must minimise barriers to trade says the British Chambers of Commerce, as it released the results of its survey (27 December), in partnership with DHL, which finds UK businesses regard Europe as their primary trading partner for the coming years. The results, based on the...
General
02/01/2018
We have a number of Norfolk Chamber Wall Planners available to be given out. If you would like one, please drop us an email with the address for us to send it to and we will pop it in the post. Email: membership@norfolkchamber.co.uk
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21/12/2017
As we come to the end of another tumultuous year of Brexit negotiations, Norfolk Chamber’s International Trade Manager, Julie Austin outlines the Brexit story so far… End of 'Phase 1' of the negotiations The week commencing 4 December was full of political ups and downs, with everyone waiting with...
Export
20/12/2017
The Department for International Trade (DIT) has revealed that recent talks between UK and Taiwanese officials have resulted in agreements to establish new trade dialogues on agriculture and energy. With Taiwan planning to increase its renewable energy production from 4% to 20% of supply by 2025,...
Policy
19/12/2017
Norwich City Council have released their latest economic barometer. The report highlighted: Locally Norwich ranks among the top 5 places to live in the UK. A plan to boost digital tech skills has been signed by New Anglia LEP Skills Board East of England bucked the national trend with an...
Event
18/12/2017
Norfolk Chamber is pleased to announce that Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce will be hosting the MPs Event on 2nd February 2018. Adam's principal role as Director General is to represent and champion the interests of accredited Chambers of Commerce and their...
Policy
15/12/2017
A joint statement has been issued from the leading UK business groups, including BCC on behalf of the Chamber network, CBI, EEF, FSB and the IOD. “We welcome the fact that the European Council has approved the progression of talks to the discussion of a transition period, and a future trade...
Policy
15/12/2017
Commenting on the labour market statistics recently released by the Office for National Statistics, Nova Fairbank, Public Affairs Manager for Norfolk Chamber said: “While the UK unemployment rate remains historically low, the second successive drop in UK employment suggests that labour market...
General
15/12/2017
The Eastern Daily Press want to hear from Norfolk businesses about how they fared in 2017 and what their predictions for the coming year. 2017 has been a year of political and economic uncertainty, yet Norfolk businesses are known for their resilience, which sectors have flourished and which are...
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15/12/2017
Businesses are being invited to tell the Department for International Trade (DIT) what they think about the UK’s proposed post-Brexit trade remedy measures. Trade remedies are currently an EU competence, with investigations, decisions and monitoring of initiatives such as anti-dumping duties...

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