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Project International Trade met with CBI to showcase Payments Association and Project International Trade activities

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Project International Trade met with CBI to showcase Payments Association and Project International Trade activities

Representatives from Project International Trade met with Confederation of British Industry to showcase the activity of the Payments Association and Project International Trade, and to identify how the CBI can support and provide guidance to Payments Association members on international trade. The meeting highlighted the results of Project International Trade’s member census on global markets, and detailed the methods of support Payments Association members would like from government and trade bodies to enable their international growth; with specific focus on market intelligence, access to networking and trade mission opportunities, and access to recommended customer contacts.

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