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George Osborne, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, recently said: “we are backing our exporters – so that wherever you are around the world you can’t fail to see: Made in Britain.”
The world's 9th largest country is an increasingly attractive market for exporters.
With the announcement by UK Chancellor George Osborne in March 2014, that Britain will be doubling the funding for export finance to £3bn, it has confirmed its clear intent to support UK manufacturing.
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A report published today criticises UKTI, the government department responsible for exports, claiming it is “not fit for purpose” and recommending it slash 90 per cent of jobs at its HQ.
UKTI, the government agency responsible for exports, has been attacked in a report by the Adam Smith Institute thinktank.
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Britain's exporters are hiring more staff and taking more orders, according to a report released this morning.