Latest updates and news from the Department for International Trade

The Government has today announced that it will begin reviewing 43 EU trade remedy measures, which were deemed important to UK industries and should be maintained.

How the Trade Remedies Investigations Directorate will carry out transition reviews into existing EU measures and investigate if new measures are needed.

The UK’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the WTO in Geneva, Andy Staines delivered the following statement under Item 1 and Item 9.

Business leaders across Texas have met with International Trade Minister Conor Burns this week to discuss the benefits of future UK-US Free Trade Agreement.

Guidance if exporting certain types of controlled sensitive nuclear items on what is known as the ‘Trigger List’.

Iran is subject to an arms embargo, transit control and other restrictions.

New hubs of business and enterprise will be opened across the UK creating thousands of jobs, regenerating communities and turbocharging Britain’s post-Brexit growth, the Government announced today (Monday 10 February).

Contact details for Department for International Trade (DIT) offices around the world.

UK exports at an all time high, with goods exports to non-EU countries growing by 13.6% on 2018

The UK’s Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivered a statement to the WTO Committee on Trade and Development during the 48th Session on Aid for Trade on 11 February 2020.


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