A list of the trade and mutual recognition agreements the UK has signed with non-EU countries.
The UK has signed continuity trade agreements with non-EU countries so that trade can continue with minimal disruption after the UK leaves the EU.
These countries account for 63% of trade currently covered by EU agreements for which the UK is seeking continuity.
The agreements have replicated the EU trade agreements as far as possible. However, there may be some changes to ensure that new agreements work for both countries.
When the UK signs further agreements this page will be updated.
You can find the text of these agreements by clicking on the country below.
Signed trade agreements
The UK has signed trade agreements with:
- Andean countries
- CARIFORUM trade bloc
- Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) trade bloc
- Faroe Islands
- Iceland and Norway
- Pacific states
- Palestinian Authority
- South Korea (agreed in principle and expected to sign shortly)
The countries covered by the UK-Andean countries trade agreement are:
The countries covered by the UK-CARIFORUM economic partnership agreement are:
- Antigua and Barbuda
- The Commonwealth of the Bahamas
- The Commonwealth of Dominica
- The Dominican Republic
- The Republic of Guyana
- Saint Christopher and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- The Republic of Suriname
- The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
The Commonwealth of the Bahamas and The Republic of Suriname are approved in principle and expected to sign shortly.
The countries which will be covered by the ESA-UK economic partnership agreement are:
Madagascar is approved in principle and expected to sign shortly
The countries which will be covered by the UK-Pacific economic partnership agreement are:
- Papua New Guinea
Signed mutual recognition agreements
The UK has signed mutual recognition agreements with: