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How will field sports do during the recession?

Roger Williams suggests that UK field sports have the strength to weather the recently announced recession, and are well placed compared to international rivals. The UK has suffered a 20.4 per cent decline in output during the second quarter of

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What does government spending mean for the gun trade?

With unprecedented levels of government debt meeting falling levels of personal debt, Roger Williams peers into his crystal ball and tries to decipher what this all may mean for the gun trade. It has already happened. This is not a

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Roger Williams on American firearms industry

In the second part of his guide to dealing with our neighbours across the pond, Roger Williams gets down to the nitty gritty. To read the first part, see: Examining the American firearms industry American officials like dealing with Americans.

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Examining the American firearms industry

Roger Williams investigates the controversial nature of the America firearms industry and reports on a gun culture like no other. Doing business in the USA means that you encounter a series of superlatives, most of which relate to size. The

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Currency trends w/ Roger Williams

Casting financial predictions can be almost impossible, so try to follow currency trends, suggests Roger Williams As I have said before, no one can forecast with any precision – that includes the UK Treasury, The Bank of England, the Federal

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The grass is greener…

Volatile currencies and large-scale demonstrations make the headlines, but free market economics has been our saviour all along, as Roger Williams explains. Market-Changing events are currently commonplace but, with the exception of Sterling, currencies remain surprisingly level and somewhat steady.

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Never mind the Baltic

Roger Williams heads east as he investigates the potential trading opportunities presented by the trio of Baltic nations Three countries on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania comprise the Baltic Countries. They are home to

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Backs To The WALL

Roger Williams reports on the sterling’s fall and recessionary fears ahead of the Brexit deadline London and Wall Street stocks tumble as bond yields shout recession: The UK equities market fell 1.42 per cent on 14 August and dropped again

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Trade in the millennial Balkan

Roger Williams explores the nations of the former Republic of Yugoslavia and spots new hope for trade in the region  The dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia resulted in six internationally recognised independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia,

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Roger Williams explores trade sanctions

The cycle of trade sanctions and financial uncertainty goes around and around; Roger Williams explores the possible knock-on effects. Watching the world’s economies is like watching a spinning top; unless it is left untouched except to wind it up, the

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