Export Forum will review trade affairs
- Dispersal of Board of Trade Division. // Accountancy;Mar1970, Vol. 81 Issue 919, p179
Reports on the British Board of Trade's dispersal of finance-related functions of the Board Finance & Insolvency Division in England. Divisions whose functions were previously transferred by the board.
- White paper to bring `friendlier workplace' // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug98, Issue 10, p5
Presents information on `The White Paper on Fairness at Work' proposal unveiled by Margaret Beckett, president of the Board of Trade in Great Britain. Purpose of the paper; Key proposals contained in the paper; Role of parents recognized on the needs of their children; Introduction of...
- Reading Margaret Beckett. McCrindle, Robert // Director;Nov97, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p14
Evaluates Margaret Beckett's performance as president of Britain's Board of Trade. Beckett's stand on railway privatizations; Views on merging of companies; Issue on the Bass-Carlsberg deal; Beckett's percieved role in stimulating competition.
- Beefed-up Hampel on the cards. // People Management;11/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 23, p19
Claims that a stronger sense of corporate governance will help improve Great Britain's competitiveness in the long term, according to Board of Trade President Margaret Beckett. Three pillars of competitiveness, according to Beckett.
- Accounts of Formerly Exempt Private Companies. // Accountancy;Dec1966, Vol. 78 Issue 892, p777
The article reports on the request by the Accountants Joint Parliamentary Committee to the Board of Trade for clarification of the position regarding the filing of accounts by formerly exempted private companies in Great Britain. The reply of the Board of Trade is printed as part of the report...
- LIMITATION OF HOME SUPPLIES, MACHINERY AND PLANT. // Journal of the British Kinematograph Society;Jan1941, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p40
The article provides information on the Machinery and Plant Number 2 Order, 1940 regarding the acquisition of machinery and plant in Great Britain. It identifies the exemptions of the provision. The provision stated that any acquisition and disposal of machinery and plant should only be allowed...
- Luxuries vs. lifeboats. Knauth, Steve // Soundings: Real Boats, Real Boaters;Apr2014, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p144
The article reports the actions taken by the U.S. Senate and Great Britain's Board of Trade after the Titanic ship sank including formation of the law Radio Act of 1912, the International Ice Patrol to detect icebergs and the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) international convention.
- Conversion of Share Capital to Decimals. // Accountancy;Jan1971, Vol. 82 Issue 929, p11
Reports that companies in Great Britain are not obliged to express the nominal value of shares in decimal currency terms. Advice of the Board of Trade; Passage of a resolution to express nominal values in decimal currency terms; Subdivision according to provisions in the Companies Act 1948.
- WARTIME CONCENTRATION OF BRITISH INDUSTRY. Murphy, Mary E. // Quarterly Journal of Economics;Nov42, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p129
The article discusses the concentration plan of the British government to control civilian industries. The trend toward cartels and monopolies, which had its inception during the World War, has been accelerated by the concentration program, in spite of the fact that the Government prevented...