Department for International Trade

PM announces new Trade Envoys to boost combined £54 billion of trade

Page summary:
The new Trade Envoys will use their skills and experience to help UK businesses find new export and investment opportunities and promote UK trade in Canada, Republic of Korea and Turkey.

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First published.
Time updated:
10:35am, 26 May 2022

International Education Strategy: 2022 update

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Update to the 2021 International Education Strategy highlighting progress, UK government support to the UK education sector and future priorities.

Change made:
Changes made to sections Improving the student journey and 2021 International Education Strategy actions(Actions 1 and 3)
Time updated:
10:48am, 26 May 2022

DIT: spending over £500 for 2022

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Spending by electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS), over £500 for 2022.

Change made:
Added file for DIT’s ePCS spending over £500 for February 2022.
Time updated:
2:00pm, 26 May 2022

DIT: spending over £25,000 for 2022

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Reports on departmental spending over £25,000 for 2022.

Change made:
Added file with DIT spending over £25,000 in March 2022.
Time updated:
2:00pm, 26 May 2022

DIT’s commercial pipeline

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An overview of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) potential commercial activity.

Change made:
Updated listing of DIT’s anticipated outsourcing activity for the next 18 months.
Time updated:
4:15pm, 26 May 2022

UK signs first US state-level agreement with Indiana

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The UK marks a milestone in trade relations with the US by signing its first state-level Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indiana.

Change made:
First published.
Time updated:
12:15am, 27 May 2022

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