Consultation outcome

Trade with Turkey: call for input

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

The government’s response to the Turkey call for input is included in the UK’s approach to negotiating an enhanced free trade agreement with Turkey.

Detail of feedback received

We received submissions from 212 respondents representing a broad range of stakeholders from across the UK. We are considering these responses as we develop our approach to negotiations and will publish a full response to the Call for Input before commencing negotiations with Turkey.

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Original consultation


We are seeking input on which aspects of our current trading arrangements with Turkey we should look to improve or amend.

This consultation was held on another website.

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Consultation description

Please note that the official name of ‘Turkey’, is the Republic of Türkiye, however, for the purposes of the call for input documents ‘Turkey’ is used throughout.

We want to know:

  • what you think about our current trading arrangements with Turkey
  • where we could make changes or improvements
  • where you are facing challenges or constraints when attempting to trade with Turkey

We will use this information to help inform our approach for starting negotiations on a new free trade agreement (FTA) with Turkey in the future.

All responses should be submitted via the online consultation platform.

For more information on FTAs and context on Turkey trade, see the accompanying information note.

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Published 2 November 2023
Last updated 14 March 2024 + show all updates
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