Here the latest on the UK trade policy beat.
A dispatch from another week in UK trade policy.
There is to be no ‘fast-tracking’ of the United Kingdom’s application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A change in tone is perceptible on matters related to trade and the EU.
Hopes that the United Kingdom will complete its accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership by the end of this year are fading, amid indications that the accession talks are progressing less smoothly than had initially been hoped.
The United Kingdom is entering the last part of its second year as an autonomous trading country with a new prime minister about to take charge. But trade policy will most likely not change direction. Here’s what’s on the agenda.
Anti-dumping and Vietnam feature this week in UK trade policy. UK set to apply first post-Brexit anti-dumping duties The United Kingdom has reached a fresh trade policy milestone by concluding its first autonomous post-Brexit trade remedies investigation. The Trade Remedies Authority announced last Friday (20 May) that it was recommending …
The United Kingdom has fired the starting pistol on FTA negotiations with Mexico, with the aim of concluding talks by the end of 2023. Formal talks are due to begin in July, with services trade the focus of the negotiations.
All eyes have been on the CPTPP this week. London appoints trade envoy to Japan as CPTPP accession talks progress The United Kingdom has sought to bolster its trade relationship with Japan by appointing an official trade envoy to the Asian country. Greg Clark, a Conservative MP who was UK …
The United Kingdom has completed the first stage of its negotiations to accede to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement on Trans-Pacific Partnership – and will now move on to the more detailed and trickier stage of market access negotiations with the 11 CPTPP states.