The Ukraine Crisis
With the full-scale attack on Ukraine launched by Russia in the early hours of 24 February, much concern and uncertainty has been felt across the globe. The British Chambers of Commerce team is assessing the business impact and has written to the UK government today to call for an announcement on the support that will be available to business, as the potential long-term consequences of Russia’s actions may be significant.
EU sanctions came into force late last night, including import bans from Donets and Luhansk, and export bans on selected goods and services to those territories. These will apply to EU commercial entities. Members who are concerned that business may be affected are encouraged to reach out to the International Trade Team via email@example.com or call 01223 237414.
If you have queries about trading with Ukraine or Russia, you can:
- Use the dedicated online service on gov.uk
- Call 0300 303 8955 helpline
- Read the latest information about sanctions on trading with Russia.
Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce offer a range of services to help exporters maintain their competitive edge in the international marketplace
Overseas markets offer a world of opportunities and the Chamber is here to help you take advantage of them. From informative seminars and documentation services to connecting you to other partners and businesses via our Global Network we are all set up to help you succeed overseas.
In addition, our Global Membership package offers exclusive discounts, additional benefits and added services including online access to Tate’s Trade Guide, the leading international trade reference publication, covering the essential requirements for documentation and procedures involved in exporting to over 240 countries, a free foreign exchange health check and protection against bad debt and late payments.
Our close working relationship with Department for International Trade also ensures that Chamber members have access to expert advice and support and opportunities to take part in Department for International Trade led trade missions. Click here to visit the Department for International Trade website.