While the world watches with dismay and awe at events in Ukraine, the trade policy churn continues quietly. London still consulting on options for a ‘UK CBAM’ The UK is tracking the international discussions about cross-border carbon taxes very closely – but is still some way away from introducing a …
Week in London column
And so goes the UK trade policy churn.
London considers upgrading rolled-over free trade agreement with Israel
Apart from being on the receiving end of a potential dispute with the EU over wind turbine practices, this is what’s happened (or not) in British trade this week.
It is becoming increasingly clear Britain’s holy grail is CPTPP accession.
The UK is manifestly back of the queue in US trade policy but front of the queue in Australia…
Only six days into 2022 and there is already a controversy in UK trade.
An early Week in London column as Borderlex goes into Christmas recess. See you again early January!
The UK divergence begins….
There is not only the disappointment of being sent to the back of the queue for a steel deal with the US in British trade news this week.