With Brexit now on track, the United Kingdom’s international trade policy remains very much up for grabs.
David Henig raises the five key questions the United Kingdom needs to tackle as it prepares to embark on an independent trade policy post Brexit.
The EU and UK are exploring how to best structure their future trading relationship, especially in the area of regulatory cooperation and ‘mutual recognition’. There
There is a common theme among virtually all United Kingdom trade policy stakeholders at the moment, whether business or civil society: they are not being
It may have been expressed in a somewhat tongue-in-cheek manner, but many trade policy professionals recognised the truth of what UKTF writer Holger Hestermeyer said
At its most basic, a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between two or more countries liberalises the conditions for trade beyond the liberalisation commitments the countries