The United Kingdom and New Zealand have said they are confident that they will secure an agreement in principle on a bilateral free trade agreement before the end of the summer.
Brexit & UK trade
The European Union and the United Kingdom remain at loggerheads over meat shippings from Great Britain to Northern Ireland.
Further details of the groundbreaking free trade agreement between the UK and Australia have been released by London and Canberra, including on SPS, rules of origin, visas, services, customs, labour and environment.
The United States and the United Kingdom replicated the terms of a preliminary settlement agreed between Washington and Brussels this week in relation to subsidies to their civil aircraft companies.
The United Kingdom has confirmed that it has concluded a free trade agreement with Australia – the first post-Brexit FTA that does not have its roots in an existing EU deal. The main elements of the deal were agreed by UK prime minister Boris Johnson and his Australian counterpart Scott …
It’s not quiet in UK trade this week….
Relations between the European Union and the United Kingdom over the trade status of Northern Ireland remain under acute strain after a high-profile meeting between the two sides’ chief negotiators failed to reach any kind of breakthrough. Below, what still needs resolving…. and a status report on the first EU-UK …
The United Kingdom has secured a comprehensive free trade deal with the European Economic Area countries – Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein – following a comprehensive revision of the EU rollover agreement secured between the parties late last year. Below, an overview of the deal.
EU and UK remain oceans apart as Irish Sea border talks continue Will President Joe Biden’s arrival in the UK next week for an international summit provide the impetus for a breakthrough in the tortuous UK-EU negotiations on the functioning of the Northern Ireland Protocol?
Whether London’s recent apparent decision to agree to give Australia duty-free-quota-free market access to its food exports was part of the de facto preconditions for today’s decision of the CPTPP members to allow Britain to launch accession negotiations remains unclear. But it was clearly good timing.