The US is a vast country with over 50 states, some with bigger populations than many European countries. It has four time zones and takes five hours to cross it by plane or days by road. There are cultural differences between north and south, as well as the east and west coasts. Therefore, thinking of more
Doing business in the United States of America is a popular way to boost sales for British business. The USA is easily accessible due to the abundance of flight options from the U.K, however there in fact clear cultural differences that you should be aware of to ensure you maximise your opportunities more
The UK’s ‘special relationship’ with the USA runs a lot deeper than a few glib words and smiling handshakes between politicians. For UK industry and commerce, the US has long been a key strategic trading partner, second only to the EU.
For UK exports, in fact, the US represents the more
Legally, the UK cannot agree trade deals with a non-EU country while it is still a member of the Union; however, that has not stopped International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox sounding out possible allies for a post-Brexit world.
In this context, the first meeting of the US-UK Trade and Investment more
Britain could become part of a trans-Atlantic trade alliance even more lucrative than the European Union if the UK is unable to strike a suitable Brexit deal, it has been revealed.
Officials are reportedly working behind the scenes to look at joining the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) more