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We're seeking views on further enabling UK clean energy exports and timing of implementation of policy shift in UK international fossil fuel energy sector support.
UK Export Finance publishes changes to its foreign content policy.
1. Consultation Document 1.1. Governments provide officially supported…
1. Annex A: Recent developments 1. Changes in Global Trade and ECAs…
Strategy setting out how the government will support businesses of all sizes to make the most of the opportunities presented by markets around the world.
Foreword from the Prime Minister One of my first actions as Prime Minister…
Our policy on security of information for the provision of details of agents' identities in applications for support has changed.
Consultation relating to UK Export Finance’s anti-bribery and corruption policy
Concessional export finance consultation
Helping businesses increase their exports and making the UK more competitive for overseas companies who want to set up and invest in the UK.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
How the government is removing barriers to growth so the UK can compete in a rapidly changing global economy.
UK Export Finance is implementing government policy on viewing government documents.
The ECHR memorandum addresses issues arising under the European Convention on Human Rights in relation to the SBEE Bill.
We are seeking views on proposals to broaden the government’s powers to support UK exports and investments overseas through the use of payment guarantees, insurance or loans provided by UK Export Finance (UKEF).
UK Export Finance is conducting a review of the Export Guarantees Advisory Council (EGAC). As part of this review, it is inviting representations from interested parties.
How UK Export Finance has met the government's requirements to monitor and update anti-bribery procedures.
First published during the 2005 to 2010 Labour government
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