31st January 2020. A significant day in the history of the UK, as we formally leave the European Union following almost 4 years of uncertainty and in-fighting amongst our political elite. Whilst the now majority Conservative government will claim they have done what they promised to do, i.e.
As the USA and China finally start to put pen to paper in a new trade deal (over two years in the making thus far) the world’s two biggest exporters have always been key drivers of economic growth and international trade, meaning the uncertainty surrounding the lack of a trade deal caused alarm
Investing in emerging markets is becoming a more attractive proposition for UK based businesses, especially in light of what Brexit will hold for us over the next few years. Previous emerging economies, such as South America and South Africa have been experiencing a weaker GDP, however this isn’t
Mosaic International is on a mission to connect the world. With advances in technology making it easier to create direct communication channels, you might think you are already there with taking your first, or your next steps into the international business market. However, whilst the
On Friday 13 December 2019, the United Kingdom had given a new stronger mandate to the Conservative Party to rule over it for the next five years. In the three or so years leading to this, the UK Parliament was embroiled in indecision and infighting as a result of the referendum for the UK to
A recent study from the World Bank Group indicates that 115 economies from around the world launched 294 reforms in the past 12 months in an attempt to enable increased international business activities. The study focuses on numerous countries across the globe where business climates and
Reading a recent interview in the Yorkshire Post with Liz Truss, a Conservative Cabinet Minister and International Trade Secretary, she is following her political party’s positive outlook for the UK post-Brexit when it comes to international trade, despite the concerns of other political and
The news from Hong Kong in the past days and weeks have been very troubling as demonstrators and the police have running battles in the streets and in universities. Despite the fact that the violence is localised and dispersed, with many people carrying out their normal daily lives undisturbed,