UK plans four regional trade hubs to boost international exports

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The UK government has made plans to launch four trade hubs in a bid to boost the economy post-Brexit and post-pandemic.

Secretary of state for international trade Liz Truss has announced plans to open hubs in Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast and Darlington to help guide local businesses.

The hubs are intended to act as advisors to help businesses get back on their feet, giving localised advice from export and investment specialists.

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