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This accredited course is designed to give delegates essential practical guidance to ensure that they are paid for their exports under a letter of credit on first presentation of documents and the confidence to talk to the banks effectively.Price £285 (+VAT) (NECC Global Members £235 +VAT)
Russia is currently in the news due to the EU sanctions regarding elements of energy and finance. In return Russia has implemented sanctions against sub-sectors linked to food. Despite these issues, Russia remains an important trading partner for the UK. The UK exported £7.6 billion of goods and services to Russia in 2013 and it’s forecasted to be the biggest consumer market in Europe by 2020.
There remains a strong appetite for western products and services across a number of sectors which remain unaffected. Due to the sheer size of the country, demand varies quite significantly from regions, and a common view is that Moscow is Russia, which it definitely isn’t.