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UK importer costs & revenue Q4 2017

UK Importer costs & revenue forecast: Q4 2017

07 Sep 2017 Category: Finance, Importing, UK Import economy, UK Import exchange rates Posted by: Paul
Every quarter we attempt to predict what import finance will be required in the following quarter by analysing historic importer costs & revenue against future key UK economic indicators. After all, as a Business supporting UK importers finance their £360Bn contribution to UK consumption, our earnings are absolutely linked to how confident they are in
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eCommerce continues to grow across Europe

Continued growth of eCommerce

18 Aug 2017 Category: eCommerce, Importing, Overseas suppliers, View & news Posted by: Paul
The impressive and continued growth of the eCommerce giant Alibaba is mirrored in the continual growth of eCommerce in the UK and across Europe. Whilst the headline stats’ 56% increase in sales with profit, (EBITDA), at 76% are amazing, what caught our eye was the 12% increase in sales within their wholesale import and export
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The economic factors of choice, quality, price and convenience will remain but with global supply chains and access, not by closing borders.

Protectionism ideas always prosper in times of uncertainty

23 May 2017 Category: Exporting, Importing, View & news Posted by: Paul
euro zone expands trade surplus despite protectionist calls We are entering a phase of severe uncertainty with many causes. I am no expert but observe globalisation, the commoditisation of labour and technology have a major impact. Artificial Intelligence and machine learning will significantly impact international trade. For the better in terms of communication, transactional accountability
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