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A pocketbook providing a snapshot of the UK’s trade position, summarising trade statistics produced by ONS, HMRC, DIT and others.
Export control licensing data for 1 October to 31 December 2020.
New report shows opportunities and challenges of trade with US for small businesses.
Burns Night boost for haggis
The most up to date snapshot of the UK’s trade and investment position, summarising trade statistics produced by ONS, HMRC, DIT and others.
This sets out the standards you can expect from the Department for International Trade (DIT) when we collect, hold or use your personal information.
How Department for International Trade (DIT) processes personal data when we answer requests for information made under freedom of information and data protection legislation.
How long Department for International Trade (DIT) takes to pay invoices.
Department for International Trade (DIT) statistics showing performance indicators for digital services on great.gov.uk.
All data on DIT spending over £500 with an electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS) since July 2016.
Report on departmental spending over £25,000 for October 2020.
All data on departmental spending over £25,000.
Invoice payment performance for the Department for International Trade (DIT).
Spending by electronic purchasing card solution (ePCS), over £500 for September 2020.
How the UK’s Trade Remedies Investigations Directorate investigates whether trade remedy measures are needed to counteract unfair import practices.
Documents containing treaty information and a summary of the agreement on trade between the UK and Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) countries.
The groups were established in July 2020 in order to meet the requirements of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) trade negotiations.
Keynote for The UK-Japan Free Trade Summit, A Shared Economic & Financial Vision for Mutual Benefit
How you import from and export to Turkey will change from 1 January 2021.
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