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24 January 2023 — Speech
The Secretary of State’s speech to the trade community on her top five priorities for trade, delivered at Lancaster House.
30 December 2022 — Press release
British gin and tonic producers see success exporting their products to Australia thanks to the UK-Australia trade deal
24 December 2022 — Press release
UK government has secured the removal of rules banning the export of certain pork products to South Korea.
Trade deal with India offers huge opportunity for UK cricket, which currently faces tariffs of 20% on bats and pads and 10% on English willow.
12 December 2022 — Press release
Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch will make her first visit to India to progress the Free Trade Agreement negotiations.
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