Trading

TDUK Trade Note: Are your treatment plants and those of your suppliers independently audited?
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The original implementation date of June 2022 as set out in the Code of Conduct had been postponed to allow members, the NSD committee and WPA members to work together in addressing the technical challenges posed.
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TDUK Trade Note: Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership
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Now the accession protocol for the UK to become the twelfth CPTPP member has been signed there are a few more stages to complete before the UK can gain the full benefits envisaged by UK Government. These are set out in Article 21 of the accession protocol.
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TDUK Trade Note: New UK Internal Market Scheme
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The UK and EU signed the Windsor Framework earlier this year, which updates the trading relationship for Northern Ireland that has been in place since Brexit. This means that companies who are registered under the UK Trader Scheme must now join the UK Internal Market Scheme. 
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supply chain risks
New law allows shipping containers to be traded using digital documents for the first time
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A new law has been passed to allow shipping containers to be traded using digital documents, not paper ones, the government has announced. The Electronic Trade Documents Act has received Royal Assent, which means electronic trade documents will be granted the same legal status as physical trade documents. This has...
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Update the Northern Ireland protocol
Update the Northern Ireland protocol
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TDUK would welcome serious approach to solving trading issues with NI, but is the proposal on ditching the NI protocol really going to achieve that?
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Teak logs come to UK auctions
Teak logs come to UK auctions
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The global timber market is changing at an unprecedented pace. Our industry is being asked to consider the environmental and social credentials of timber more frequently and in greater detail than ever before.
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