This week’s highlights in British trade policy: a critical Lords report about a mutual recognition agreement with Switzerland on professional qualifications, another MoU with a US state – and paperless trade with Singapore.
Week in London column
This week in UK trade news: a new Board of Trade, negotiations with Chile and the GCC, and electric vehicle rules of origin.
This week in London: the UK is also considering extending its steel safeguard, EU UK cooperation slowly gets back on track with this week’s formal announcement of Britain re-joining the EU’s Horizon research and development programme and Labour appointed a new business and trade shadow secretary.
This week in London: the details of the UK’s coming new sanitary and phytosanitary border control regime for agriculture imports, and continued steel anti-dumping duties.
The latest in trade policy from London.
It’s obviously too tough for the House of Commons to look in detail at the UK’s free trade agreements. But the UK will move towards paperless trading.
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 …
It’s been a highly symbolic week in UK trade policy – there is finally a beginning of a conversation with the EU on financial services, and it’s becoming ever clearer that the government’s human and labour rights agenda for trade policy is not a priority, at least in its dealings …
Overview of another trade week in the United Kingdom….
Switzerland dominated British trade news this week.