The British Government Announced on October 31

The British government announced on October 31 that it launched a large-scale intelligence campaign to address fears and questions about the impact of Brexit's impact on individuals and businesses ahead of the scheduled non-trade termination in the European Union. The Get Ready for Brexit” campaign, which adds up to £ 100 million in “biggest” government promotional campaigns to show ads on television, social media, billboards and other platforms, encourages people to visit gov.uk/brexit.

Initially on the web page

 A website that prepares businesses and the public for the UK to leave the EU. Initially on the web page, “The UK will leave the EU on October 31, 2019. Answer a few questions to find out how to prepare you or your business ”and release a“ checklist ”with multiple options that users can read. Choose the one that best describes your condition in the UK. One question asks if you plan to bring your pet or drive from the EU to the UK or vice versa. The question to the business owner is whether the business performs the following activities, such as selling goods or providing services in the UK, importing from the EU, exporting to the EU, providing services in the EU or transporting goods by doing business in the EU border.

It is said to be the largest information drive since World War II. The results page at the end of the questionnaire will show you what an individual or family must do to stay in the UK and what to do to continue their work if they are not UK citizens. The plan has been led by avid holiday politician cabinet chief Michael Gove, who has now served as minister of the Lancaster Principal since it was appointed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

According to a cabinet announcement, the cabinet said that according to a government survey, only 50pc of the population think the UK is likely to leave the EU on October 31. Small and medium size 42pc companies don't know how to get ready. Only 31pc of British found information on how to prepare Brexit. Mr. Gove said, “Obtaining Brexit in order is not only a nationally important issue, but also a joint responsibility.

It's not clear how the government will spend money for the remaining two months before Brexit, but the data for annual advertising shows 100 million pounds, surpassing the existing advertising costs of major consumer brands.

Reaction to the campaign

Diehard Leave activists welcomed the ubiquitous movement as an essential means of implementing a dealless deal, but Remain supporters ridiculed social media campaigns and called taxpayers a waste of money. Twitter users who criticized the campaign posted fire photos under the tag "Get Ready for Brexit". One user filled out the survey and said, “After all, there was only an explanation of annoyances, extra red tape and worsening life.

Will a section be added later for all the amazing benefits. One question that seems particularly annoying in the survey is the Twitter user "Are you planning to travel after October 31, 2019?" You will be planning your trip. These questions are as clear as this entire Brexit process.

World Trade Organization

China said Monday it filed a complaint against the United States against the World Trade Organization (WTO) just one day after a new tariff imposed by Washington on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods went into effect. The world's two largest economies have been caught in a terrible trade war that lasts for a year on Sunday when Washington moves, with a fresh levy promised by Beijing. Beijing Department of Commerce cited a discussion of trade in Japanese cities in June, saying, "These US tariffs seriously violate the agreements of our two leaders in Osaka.

The Chinese side is very dissatisfied and firmly opposed. In accordance with the relevant WTO rules, China will reliably protect its legitimate rights and interests, ”the State Department added to a statement published on its website. Washington's recent charges on imports from China came into force under a hardened high-pressure campaign that forced Beijing to sign a new trade agreement.

President Donald Trump launched a trade war in March 2018, calling for China's final practices that seemed unfair, such as the transfer of forced technology by US companies and massive subsidies to Chinese companies. The additional tariff of 15pc affected some of the $ 300 billion of Chinese-made products saved so far. Beijing said it will retaliate on September 17, targeting $ 75 billion of US commodities. Washington came into force for billions of dollars in Chinese products.

The world's two largest economies

World's two largest economies have been caught in a terrible trade war that lasts for a year on Sunday when Washington moves, with a fresh levy promised by Beijing. Beijing Department of Commerce cited a discussion of trade in Japanese cities in June, saying, "These US tariffs seriously violate the agreements of our two leaders in Osaka. The Chinese side is very dissatisfied and firmly opposed. In accordance with the relevant WTO rules, China will reliably protect its legitimate rights and interests, ”the State Department added to a statement published on its website.

Washington's recent charges on imports from China came into force under a hardened high-pressure campaign that forced Beijing to sign a new trade agreement. President Donald Trump launched a trade war in March 2018, calling for China's final practices that seemed unfair, such as the transfer of forced technology by US companies and massive subsidies to Chinese companies.

The additional tariff of 15pc affected some of the $ 300 billion of Chinese-made products saved so far. Beijing has said it will retaliate against the United States for $ 75 billion, starting on September 1.
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