How should the UK trade with developing countries after Brexit?

In a previous blog, Traidcraft presented our views on how the UK should trade with the world post-Brexit. Now that it is clear that the UK is going to be leaving the Customs Union, it is important that the government makes a clear trade offer to the world’s poorest countries that supports their economic development.

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Tom Wills
Demonetisation and cash flow chaos in India

Over the last few months the Indian government’s demonetisation policy has caused chaos for small producers, including those that Traidcraft work with. Alistair Leadbetter looks at the reasons for the policy and explains why it has had such a huge impact on small businesses.

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Tom Wills
What next for the Groceries Code Adjudicator?

The Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) is a regulator that was established by the UK government in 2013 to ensure that the 10 largest UK supermarkets deal with their direct suppliers fairly. Specifically, the GCA enforces the Groceries Supply Code of Practice (GSCOP) – a legal code that clearly sets out the features of ‘fair dealing’ when retailers purchase groceries products (including food) for re-sale.

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