Micros Need Export Help Selling To BRICs

A survey by the BCC found that almost three quarters of large firms trade with BRIC countries compared to just 32% of micro-firms. Small businesses need more support to trade with high-growth markets likeBrazil,Russia,IndiaandChina,

The BCC suggests the greatest barriers faced by exporting firms include language, public sector procurement rules, regulations and export tariffs. It recommended that the Government provide targeted support to small firms wanting to export to BRIC countries, and establish free trade agreements with countries such asIndiaandJapan.

Scource: British Chamber of Commerce

More Information: http://www.britishchambers.org.uk/press-office/press-releases/smaller-firms-need-more-support-to-trade-with-high-growth-markets,-says-bcc.html

MGBA

martin.parry@mgba.co.uk

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