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UK agrees historic trade deal with Australia

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson agrees UK-Australia free trade deal in meeting with Australian PM Scott Morrison in London.Change made:
First published.Time updated:
10:11am, 15 June 2021

UK agrees historic trade deal with Australia

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British cars, Scotch whisky and confectionery will be cheaper to sell in the tariff-free agreement, boosting industries that employ 3.5 million people in the UKChange made:
First published.Time updated:
10:13am, 15 June 2021

UK-Australia free trade agreement: benefits for the UK

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Summary document giving an overview of the benefits for the UK from the UK-Australia free trade agreement. The main elements of a trade deal have been agreed.Change made:
First published.Time updated:
11:39am, 15 June 2021

UK-Australia Free Trade Agreement

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Documents relating to the UK-Australia trade negotiations and the agreement in principle.Change made:
Added a link to the document: UK-Australia free trade agreement: benefits for the UK.Time updated:
11:45am, 15 June 2021

Fair processing notice for the Selling Online Overseas service

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Details of the privacy policy for DIT’s selling online overseas (SOO) service on great.gov.uk, and how we collect and process your data.Change made:
Carrefour added to the list of marketplaces we share partner with.Time updated:
1:47pm, 15 June 2021

Trade advisory groups (TAGs)

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The groups were established in July 2020 to meet the requirements of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) trade negotiations.Change made:
Tim Doggett, Chief Executive Officer, Chemical Business Association added to Chemicals trade advisory group listing.Time updated:
3:10pm, 15 June 2021

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