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Department for International Trade (DIT)
A consultation to inform the government's freeports policy.
The UK’s objectives in trade negotiations with the United States of America (US).
Minutes from Department for International Trade (DIT) led group working to increase international opportunities for UK organisations in the education sector.
Title of meeting DIT/DfE Education Sector Advisory Group Date, venue and…
A call for input to inform our approach to our future trade relationship with Japan.
A consultation to inform our overall approach to our future trade relationship with the countries that make up the membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).…
A consultation to inform our future trade relationship and negotiations with Australia.
A consultation to inform our future trade relationship and negotiations with New Zealand.…
A consultation to inform our own Most Favoured Nation tariff schedule, the UK Global Tariff.
A consultation to inform our future trade relationship and negotiations with the United States.…
Find out more about how the UK is negotiating a trade agreement with Japan and what the government aims to achieve.
To build a trade policy that works for the whole of the UK it is crucial that we engage with stakeholders and call upon expert views and opinions to help inform our work.
Strategy setting out the government’s ambition for education exports and how it will support the UK education sector to access global opportunities.
The Government is seeking views on the legal powers needed to continue to be able to impose and implement sanctions upon the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
A call for evidence from the Department for International Trade (DIT) to UK producers and product users.
Strategy setting out how the government will support businesses of all sizes to make the most of the opportunities presented by markets around the world.
This paper explores our emerging approach to establishing an independent international trade policy as we exit the EU.
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