Existing rules of origin for EU-UK trade in electric vehicle and battery manufacturers are be extended for a further three years under a deal agreed by Brussels and London. In parallel, the European Commission is to allocate financial support totalling €3 billion over the next three years to encourage an …
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This week in United Kingdom trade news: apart from a deal on rules-of-origin for cars with South Korea, a new business and trade committee chair, conflicting wine labelling rules, and the prospect on no-deal on rules of origin for electric cars with the EU.
This week in UK trade news: a new Board of Trade, negotiations with Chile and the GCC, and electric vehicle rules of origin.
A new trend of prioritising economic imperatives over strict adherence to Brexit principles of regulatory non-alignment is starting to become evident in UK government circles. Two developments in August underline how the UK orthodoxy is gradually shifting.
This week in UK trade: the difficult politics of trade remedies, and plans to rejoin the EU emissions trading scheme and research programmes. Outgoing TRA chief to government: don’t destabilise us any further The outgoing chair of the UK’s trade remedies authority has taken a swipe at the government for …
An overview of key developments in UK trade policy as business and the opposition start looking beyond the 2024 general elections.
Well, here we have the United Kingdom also joining the semiconductor industrial policy bandwagon…..
The European Council on Foreign Relations has been very active in recent days.
The UK’s liberal agricultural market access offer to Australia and New Zealand raised eyebrows – but it’s a case of ‘twice-bitten, thrice shy’ for Rishi Sunak’s government
Calls on London and Brussels to adapt rules of origin provisions within the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement are mounting after a major carmaker warned this week of the risk of possible factory closures in the UK.