asked the Secretary of State for Trade (1) what specific advice his Department is able to give to persons involved in professional firms such as barristers, solicitors and chartered surveyors about how best to set up practices abroad in (a) the EEC and (b) other countries outside the EEC; and
in the United Kingdom for each of the last four years; what were the industrial sectors in which this investment took place, in each year; and what was the value of the investment in each sector.
The latest information available relates to the years 1970 to 1973 and is given in the table below.to whom queries of this matter should be addressed;(2) what specific advice his Department is able to give to architects, quantity surveyors and other professionals in the construction industry about how best to set up practices abroad in (
a) the EEC and ( b) other countries outside the EEC; and to whom queries on this matter should be addressed.
British Overseas Trade Board advice and assistance for professional firms about setting up practices abroad is tailored to the circumstances of the individual firm and takes account of widely differing overseas market conditions. Queries should be addressed to the Invisibles Section of General Export Services Branch at Export House.
asked the Secretary of State for Trade what written information has been published by his Department advising persons seeking to set up professional practices in (a) the EEC and (b) other countries outside the EEC; what are the titles of the individual publications; and when they were published.
Information published by my Department and by the British Overseas Trade Board relevant to the
|Title||Publisher||Date of Publication|
|Destination Europe||…||…||…||BOTB||March 1973|
|EEC Your Questions Answered||…||…||…||Department of Trade||November 1974|
|Britain and the EEC||…||…||…||Department of Trade||September 1972|