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Technical annex: DIT public consultation on the UK potentially seeking accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP): topline results and codeframe for non-campaign responses

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Technical annex: DIT public consultations on trade negotiations: 38 degrees campaign: topline results and codeframe for campaign responses

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Detail of feedback received

The Department for International Trade (DIT) received 149,968 responses to the consultation. All responses have been read and analysed by DIT and Ipsos MORI with summary documents available above.

A separate government response will be published by DIT before potential negotiations start with members of the CPTPP.

Summary

A consultation to inform our overall approach to our future trade relationship with the countries that make up the membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

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Consultation description

The UK is preparing for an independent trade policy to implement after EU Exit. This means the UK will have the opportunity to negotiate and enter into trade agreements with other countries.

These agreements can:

  • enable increased trade and investment
  • secure access for UK exporters to the key markets of today and the future
  • give consumers access to a greater range of products at lower prices
  • make the UK more innovative, competitive and prosperous

The Department for International Trade is preparing for possible negotiations as the UK government considers seeking accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) after the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019. The UK government is consulting with members of the public, businesses, trade experts and any other interested organisations to help inform this work.

Documents

Information pack for the consultation relating to the UK potentially seeking accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

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Published 20 July 2018
Last updated 18 July 2019 + show all updates
  1. Addition of DIT summary of responses and Ipsos MORI methodology and analysis of consultation responses on the UK potentially seeking accession to the CPTPP.
  2. Update on public response to the consultation.
  3. First published.