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Demands for compensation as Brexit TRQ splits starts to affect farm trade
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Demands for compensation as Brexit TRQ splits starts to affect farm trade

The shadow of Brexit is already hanging heavy over global trade in agricultural products, with WTO members once again this week queueing up to condemn the European Union and the United Kingdom for their proposed approach to splitting tariff rate quotas between the two sides after the United Kingdom leaves …

UK plans unilateral preference extensions for African countries under ‘no deal’ Brexit
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UK plans unilateral preference extensions for African countries under ‘no deal’ Brexit

John Alty, a Department for International Trade senior official, announced that the British government would shortly adopt “transitional measures” to secure preferential access to the United Kingdom’s market for Kenya, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and Cameroon in the event of a no-deal Brexit. These are countries with which the UK has …

UK trade secretary Liz Truss sets out long term trade goals in first Commons appearance
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UK trade secretary Liz Truss sets out long term trade goals in first Commons appearance

The United Kingdom is to launch a public consultation as from January next year on its longer-term trade strategy, international trade secretary Liz Truss announced today. The consultation will focus not just on future strategy relating to free trade agreements with the United States and other trading partners but would …

Week ahead: Airbus tariffs, AB crisis, Brexit, Australia FTA
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Week ahead: Airbus tariffs, AB crisis, Brexit, Australia FTA

Airbus, transatlantic This week in European Union trade politics will be dominated yet again by ‘Airbus tariffs’ and the general state of transatlantic trade relations. Today, the Dispute Settlement Body of the World Trade Organization is set to authorise retaliation by the United States after it won its case against …