The Department for International Trade has launched a series of consultations on its approach to negotiating free trade agreements post-Brexit. The consultations are seeking feedback about priorities for the UK's future trade relationships with the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the 11 countries that make up the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Once the UK leaves the EU it will begin negotiating free trade agreements with a view to bringing them into force from January 2021. The consultations close on 26 October 2018 read more here.
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