The TRA unveils three-year strategy aimed at defending the UK from unfair trading practices and strengthening Britain’s position on the global stage.

The TRA’s 2024-2027 ambitious plan sets out how the independent body operating at arm’s length from government, will build on its first three years of operation since replacing the EU’s trade defence instruments after Brexit. It lays the foundations for the TRA to handle a potentially significant increase in the number and complexity of cases in the coming years.

TRA Chief Executive, Oliver Griffiths said the TRA is ready to play a crucial role defending UK economic interests and added:

The TRA operates in a rapidly changing global trade environment, with subsidies and protectionist measures on the rise. This plan sets out how we will ensure that we have the people and the systems in place to respond flexibly to an anticipated increase in demand for trade remedies.

To find out more, please visit: TRA publishes plan to strengthen UK’s global trade position – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

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