A trade and DIY store is set to open a new shop in Westhill next week, creating seven jobs.
Boris Johnson will scale down his trip to India due to the worsening coronavirus situation in the south Asian country.
Two out of five firms which export goods have seen sales fall in recent months, new research suggests, leading to calls for trade barriers with the EU to be reduced.
The Business Secretary said it would not be productive to “pull up the drawbridge” with countries with questionable human rights records as the Government holds the door open to increasing trade with China.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has told officials the UK should strike trade deals with nations that do not meet European standards on human rights, according to a leaked video call.
The European Union has accused the UK of breaching international law for a second time as it formally launched legal action against the Government for unilaterally extending the post-Brexit grace periods on trade in Northern Ireland.
The European Union is expected to formally launch legal action against the UK for unilaterally extending the post-Brexit grace periods to trade in Northern Ireland.
Exports of UK goods to the European Union dropped by more than two-fifths in January as the Brexit transition period came to an end.
The EU has taken a “very belligerent approach” to the difficulties caused by the Northern Ireland Protocol post-Brexit, the DUP leader said.
Free port bids must prove they will help regenerate the local area and cannot be used to afford tax breaks to those wanting to import luxury goods, ministers have said.
Lorry drivers heading back to France from 11pm on Sunday will no longer need to show a negative coronavirus test if they have spent less than 48 hours in the UK.
The SNP has described increased Brexit-related red tape as an "unmitigated disaster" with Scottish companies among hundreds that have rushed to establish operations in the EU since January 1, taking valuable jobs with them.
Around 6,000 lorries a day are passing through Kent and out to Europe via Dover, despite concerns that thousands are empty when they do.
Seafood firms hit by post-Brexit border delays have been invited to apply for government compensation.
Boris Johnson is under increasing pressure from Tory MPs to make a “meaningful” compromise over proposals to outlaw trade deals with countries that are committing genocide.
Scotland's health secretary says that while vaccine supply issues will always be "lumpy" she's not worried there might be vaccine shortages amid an ongoing dispute between the EU, UK and vaccine manufacturers.
Boris Johnson has suggested the Scotch whisky industry could be in line for financial support in the forthcoming Budget.
A Stormont minister has urged the EU to agree a common sense solution to problems with the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Scottish ministers have announced plans to establish Scotland's first green freeports in a "screeching U-turn" that could attract major new investment and jobs.
Fishing industry pleas for an export "grace period" have been rejected by Environment Secretary George Eustice.
Boris Johnson has told the fishing industry that Brexit will deliver an "El Dorado" of riches, despite firms currently reporting multimillion-pound losses due to border delays.
Boris Johnson suffered a major Commons rebellion as Tory rebels narrowly failed in their bid to outlaw trade deals with countries that are committing genocide.
Boris Johnson has announced a £23 million compensation scheme for the fishing industry, after Scottish seafood firms took their protest over Brexit border delays to the gates of Downing Street.
Boris Johnson's promise to "compensate" the Scottish seafood sector, which has been battered by border delays, has been thrown into doubt by the Environment Secretary.
Trade Secretary Liz Truss has requested an urgent meeting with the incoming US administration over ending Donald Trump's punitive trade tariffs, which have so far cost the Scotch whisky industry more than £450 million.
Boris Johnson's "sea of opportunity" promise to fishermen has turned into a "nightmare", with hundreds of thousands of pounds of sales lost due to new red tape, the SNP's Westminster leader has said.
Rishi Sunak has been urged to bail out struggling fish exporters who have lost hundreds of thousands of pounds in sales due to Brexit red tape.
EU ambassadors have given provisional approval for Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal to be implemented from January 1.
European politicians and media outlets have been sharing their reaction to the new Brexit deal that sets the scene for an altered relationship between Britain and its closest trading partners.
Relief, then, seems to be the main takeaway from the yuletide agreement between the EU and UK, hopefully preventing chaos on January 1 for business, trade and the economy.