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Chamber Demands Extension to Article 50

Our members have consistently told us that No Deal is not an acceptable outcome. Our region’s strong economic linkages and trading relationship with the EU mean that the consequences of No Deal would cause tremendous harm to North East...
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Chamber Calls On Chancellor To Invest In North East Growth Ahead Of Brexit

James Ramsbotham, Chamber Chief Executive said: “Our regional economy has the most to lose from a chaotic Brexit.  We need fundamental economic and infrastructure issues to be addressed urgently through this Budget to put us in the best place to sustain economic growth....
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Brexit The Focus At Chamber AGM

In the week of survey results showing half (52.4%) of the region’s business people expect Brexit to have a negative impact on their business, speakers at the NECC AGM called in strong terms for the nation’s political leaders to...
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Chamber Response To Today’s Brexit White Paper

James Ramsbotham, chief executive, North East England Chamber of Commerce said: “We welcome today’s Brexit White Paper which has confirmed the ambition to have a frictionless border with the EU with a free trade area for goods. Our members...
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North East Businesses Supported To Prepare For Brexit

In order to protect the region’s international trade North East England Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Square One Law has produced a detailed Brexit Ready Tool Kit to support them. The information is a clear, step by step...
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Brexit & UKMusic

Northern Ireland has no Government, Scotland has given the green light for a second independence referendum and following months of speculation and hand wringing, Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered article 50 and made Brexit official. The recent exchange between...
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Will UK Music Industry Be Trumped?

Following concerns over the ability to work across European borders because of Brexit earlier this year, the U.K. music industry has raised doubts over the implications that Donald Trump’s US election victory will have for British acts touring the US. Chief...


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