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Trade Internationally? Let Us Know Your Problems February 24, 2009

Posted by liverpoolchamber in International.
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International Trade Procedures SME Consultation Panels

Thursday, 5 March 2009,

LiverpoolChamber of Commerce, Liverpool

Do you feel that international trade processes are placing an unnecessary burden on your company?

Is international trade regulation making you uncompetitive?

Come and make your voice heard at one of our SME Consultation panels. Simplifying International Trade (SITPRO) have been charged by Government with ensuring that domestic trade regulation is as easy to comply with as possible, in order for UK based firms to remain internationally competitive.

They are keen to hear:

  • Evidence of trade regulation or procedures that are creating burdens that business feels is unnecessary and which could be reduced or avoided altogether
  • Inputs from business to help cost compliance with Government requirements
  • Case study examples to illustrate the problems that arise in international trade
  • Examples of documentation and business processes used by companies to ship and clear goods for import or export (with a view to seeing whether they could be simplified and/or made less costly)

WHY ATTEND?
Have your concerns heard by the highest levels of Government and the opportunity to influence an action plan of changes that could significantly reduce the regulatory burdens that your business face in the future.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

  • Approx 60mins of your time
  • Evidence of trade regulation or procedures that are creating unnecessary burdens
  • Input to help cost compliance with Government requirements
  • Examples to illustrate the problems that arise in international trade
  • Documentation and processes you use to ship and clear goods for import

For more info and how to book download the booking form [PDF]

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