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An update on existing trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Businesses from across the UK are being encouraged to sign up for the Latin America and Caribbean (LATAC) Roadshow to explore new export opportunities.
The agreement will see Palestinian businesses and consumers benefitting from continued trade after the UK leaves the European Union.
The International Trade Secretary has today signed a new continuity agreement with Israel.
The UK and USA sign an agreement to continue existing arrangements which help facilitate goods trade between the two nations.
The International Trade Secretary signed the UK-Switzerland agreement in Bern with Swiss Federal Councillor, Guy Parmelin.
Baroness Fairhead celebrates success of UK businesses at the PD Ports Northern Powerhouse Export Awards.
Cardiff technology firm Sure Chill featured in podcast series launched by the Department for International Trade as part of the 'Exporting is GREAT' campaign.
Companies from across the country recognised with Board of Trade Awards.
The UK has signed a new trade continuity agreement with the Faroe Islands.
The International Trade Secretary speaks at Policy Exchange in London to set out the UK's future role in the global trading system.
Dr Liam Fox called for Britain to “remember that there is world beyond Europe and there will be a time beyond Brexit” in a major speech at Policy Exchange.
Trade Policy Minister George Hollingbery signed the trade continuity agreement in London with a number of representative governments.
Investment Minister Graham Stuart meets key German stakeholders and businesses to discuss the future opportunities for UK-Germany trade.
The International Trade Secretary joins ceramics producers in Derby to discuss the industry’s priorities.
The UK and Chile have today signed a new trade continuity agreement.
£25,000 worth of haggis has been exported to Canada this January as Scots around the world celebrate Burns Night.
Investment Minister Graham Stuart celebrates the UK’s pioneering education sector.
The latest figures show that education generated almost £20bn for the UK in 2016 through exports such as international students and English language training.
New figures, released today show that the UK's services sector is going from strength-to-strength.
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