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UK trade agreements with non-EU countries

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UK trade agreements with non-EU countries

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Find out about the trade agreements the UK has concluded that are in effect and the progress of our discussions with other countries.

Trade agreements

As of 1 January 2021, EU trade agreements no longer apply to the UK.

The UK has sought to reproduce the effects of trading agreements that previously applied to it to ensure continuity for UK business.

Trade agreements that took effect from 1 January 2021

Agreements with the following countries and trading blocs took effect from 1 January 2021. Where the agreement has not yet been ratified, provisional application or bridging mechanisms have been put in place to ensure continuity of trade.

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