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Jonathan Moss, Head of Transport at DWF comments on the SMMT UK car production figures for October 2019.
Peter Barnes, head of automotive sector at DWF, comments on SMMT car registration figures for September 2019.
Peter Barnes, Partner and head of automotive sector at DWF, comments on the SMMT UK car production figures.
Jonathan Branton, head of public sector at DWF, comments on the announcement by the UK Government that it has introduced a £16 million fund to support customs experts post-Brexit.
Jonathan Branton, head of public sector at DWF, comments on the announcement made by the UK government.
A key summary by Babita Ambekar, Head of India: Corporate at DWF, on the latest proposals raised by Indian Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, with respect to the further opening up of select industry sectors to additional foreign direct investment.
Jonathan Moss, partner and head of transport at DWF, highlights that the June SMMT car registrations figures call for long term investment incentives and innovative plans to encourage the growth in alternative fuel transportation.