BUSINESSES will have their first taste of overseas trade during a special visit to Denmark next month.
What does BT stand for?
BT stands for Overseas Trade (British archival material; Stanford University; Stanford, CA)
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Liverpool Chamber of Commerce warns that financial institutions need to be more flexible to encourage the fragile export sector after Merseyside firms mirrored a national decline in overseas trade following Office of National Statistics figures that revealed a widening in the trade deficit.
Nearly two thirds (67%) of British businesses say banks could do more to help them increase export activity - with over half (59%) stating that easy access to advice from experts in overseas trade would give them more confidence in exporting abroad.
Government agency UK Trade & Investment has backed the duo with contacts for potential partners and distributors and helped fund overseas trade visits which have resulted in joint venture deals in China and America.
We will also use our global contacts with a host of other countries including Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Vietnam and Bulgaria to strengthen and encourage overseas trade opportunities.
overseas trade by weight and 75% by value, according to the U.
government resources, international trade leads, overseas trade events and activities, export financing and documentation requirements.