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Summary of the UK-Israel trade and partnership agreement

Information on the trade agreement with Israel, replicating the effects of the EU-Israel trade agreements.

This agreement will take effect if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

What the agreement covers

The UK-Israel trade and partnership agreement is a comprehensive agreement which is the basis for economic and trade relations between the UK and Israel. It maintains the effects of the EU-Israel trade agreements in a bilateral context.

The UK-Israel agreement covers:

  • trade in goods – including provisions on rules of origin, preferential tariffs and quotas
  • limited areas of services, competition and intellectual property
  • wider cooperation
  • government procurement
  • conformity assessment of industrial products

When the agreement is active

This agreement will take effect after Brexit, when the EU-Israel trade agreements no longer apply to the UK.

Contact

If you have queries about trade after Brexit contact the Department for International Trade (DIT).

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Published 8 August 2019