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  1. Introduction
  2. The new series of targets
  3. The new approach
  4. International collaboration and partnership
  5. Direct support
  6. Export promotion
  7. The second sector partnership program
  8. Conclusion
  9. Bibliography

British Trade International (BTI) is the body that brings together the work of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in support of international trade and investment. It helps British business to become more internationally competitive and successful. The Organizations Trade Partners UK and Invest-UK are responsible for these activities. BTI's policies have been to ensure the quality of the support services offered to businesses. With this objective in mind, these services have been specifically designed to meet the needs of the companies involved. These needs include greater flexibility in resource use, particularly overseas, with the results tailored to each specific industry or sectors.

[...] The annual review of the Plan enables the government to identify and respond to the challenges and changes within the ever-fluctuating business world. International Collaboration and Partnership Following the publication of the ?Opportunity for All in a World of Change' White Paper, BTI saw the necessity for increased international co- operation. This resulted in the introduction, in association with the Department's International Technology Service of a new program for global partnership with the aim of assisting UK businesses to build links with potential international collaborators. [...]

[...] Amongst the services on offer are an assessment of a firm's export- capability, export-specific skills training and the opportunity to visit a country in their export plan in order to learn more about this potential market. Once export has begun, services will continue with the goal of aiding successful long-term development. The above features are nationally available and an accredited quality standard ensures that companies receive a consistently high standard of support. With a budget of around million, Trade Partners UK also supports around 9,000 UK groups at international trade fairs worldwide each year through the Support for Exhibitions and Seminars Abroad (SESA) scheme, as well as supporting 340 trade missions each year to over 70 countries[3]. [...]

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