Whereas all eyes have been on Brussels and its Fit for 55 climate package’s carbon border measure, the UK has quietly but steadily been working on its own trade policy….
UK WTO & 3rd countries
Below, an overview of key developments in United Kingdom trade policy this week.
The United Kingdom and New Zealand have “a clear pathway” to reaching agreement on a bilateral free trade agreement in August, the two sides have confirmed in their latest detailed reviews of progress in the talks.
The United Kingdom and Singapore have formally launched negotiations towards a Digital Economy Partnership Agreement. Today’s negotiation launch is a diplomatic success for Singapore, which is seeking to become a hub for international digital trade governance.
An overview of what Britain hopes from its CPTPP accession – and what various stakeholders think of the idea. By Chris Horseman.
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.
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….