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Thursday, July 19, 2012

1st Time Since the 1970s, Britain sells more goods to countries outside the EU than those inside...So why do we Need to be Shackled to the EU?

Britain is exporting more goods to countries outside the European Union than those inside it for the first time since we joined the Common Market in the 1970s.

Firms are entering growing markets in Asia and Latin America in what economists are hailing as a ‘revolution in the orientation of British trade’.

The shift will cheer the Coalition, which has made great efforts to boost international trade – with David Cameron, Vince Cable and William Hague all touring emerging economies to try to forge profitable links.

The figures will also be welcomed by Tory Eurosceptics as a sign that a looser relationship with the EU would not disadvantage the UK.

According to a report by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), the UK has exported more goods to non-EU countries over the past three months than it did to its traditional main export market in Europe. Read More