The United Kingdom is planning to follow the EU in setting up a carbon border tax regime to offset the risk of trade diversion for carbon-intensive products. But business groups believe it will be some time before details of the proposed British scheme are released.
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A week dedicated to policy reviews.
A dispatch from another week in UK trade policy.
An overview of notable developments in UK trade policy this week.
British members of parliament have called for a thorough review of the processes used to scrutinise and ratify new free trade agreements, arguing that the existing provisions are “not fit for purpose”.
From Northern Ireland legislation to changes at the Department for International Trade – trade activity is intense in the United Kingdom this week.
The UK’s Trade Remedies Authority has faced a steep learning curve since taking responsibility for British trade defence policy in June last year. Oliver Griffiths, chief executive of the authority spoke to Chris Horseman about the importance of data-driven analysis, the conundrum of assessing competition from China, the problems of …
It’s not only self-inflicted financial crisis season, it is also party conference season in the United Kingdom.
It’s back to school week in London and the old simmering disagreements with the EU are rearing their head again.
The United Kingdom has been busy working with Gulf countries on trade, liberalising its tariff regime inherited from the EU, and pursuing fights with the EU.