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With rising inflation and supply-chain disruption having widespread impacts on the economy, now is a crucial time to keep on top of the market through our 25,000 sector-specific reports and explore potential new buyers and suppliers for your business. This edition of our newsletter focusses on how the International Trade Portal can help you to access useful market reports, as well as sharing the relevant business insights that might be useful to your business.

As a registered user of the Lloyds Bank International Trade Portal, you continue to have free and unlimited access to a wide range of trade data and information to support your business at home and overseas.
How can the International Trade Portal help you to access useful market reports that might be useful to your business?

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Support your supply chain on their ESG journey

There has been a fundamental shift in business attitudes towards sustainability. With ambitious net zero targets to meet by 2050, it is incredibly important that larger businesses bring their SME supply chains with them on their ESG journey. Did you know, the combined carbon footprint of SME suppliers is on average 5.5 times greater?

This article below explains the crucial role corporate organisations play on the journey to net zero and shares the approach Morgan Sindall Construction is taking part as part of its decarbonising communities strategy.

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Businesses Directories

Search our business directories for commercial partners which provide you general or specific information for Business Services in the countries selected.

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Allows you to obtain duties and taxies to be paid in relation to the transport of a product to the country of import in accordance with its classification code in the country of import.

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Search our database of over 1 million companies across 200 countries to find new buyers and suppliers for your business.

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Allows you to find new business opportunities issued by public and private entities worldwide - with tailored alerts direct to your inbox.

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Our action-based business insights cover a wide range of topics. You can discover topics ranging from trade to managing cost & inflation during these unprecedented times. Browse our content here to find out more on the topic and subtopic you are interested in.

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