Department for International Trade

Latest Updates from the Department for International Trade

Two digital tools on gov.uk launched to provide information to businesses exporting goods in and out of the UK market

The UK’s Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Julian Braithwaite, delivers the UK´s first statement at the WTO following the UK’s exit from the EU on the 31 January.

Find out which trade agreements with non-EU countries are in place during and after the transition period.

The Department for International Trade has today launched a public consultation to inform the UK’s new independent global tariff policy.

Summary: A consultation to inform our own Most Favoured Nation tariff schedule, the UK Global Tariff.
This consultation closes at

Courses, seminars and workshops to help exporters understand their obligations under export control legislation.

The Department for International Trade has changed the process for inspecting the records of exporters of controlled goods.

The Secretary of State for International Trade announced the UK’s intention to launch a transition review of an EU trade remedy.

Trade remedies protect domestic industries from unfair practices around imports. The UK’s own independent trade policy includes a trade remedies system.

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