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UK-Ukraine Digital Trade Agreement

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Information on the UK-Ukraine Digital Trade Agreement and how it will benefit businesses.

The UK and Ukraine have signed a Digital Trade Agreement ( DTA).

The agreement expands on the UK-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement by modernising our bilateral trade in the digital era and deepening our economic ties with Ukraine. Ukrainian and British businesses and consumers will benefit from:

  • open digital markets, including guaranteed tariff-free flow of digital content
  • guaranteeing the flow of trusted data
  • collaboration between the UK and Ukraine on cybersecurity
  • cheaper and easier trade through the adoption of digital trading systems

Businesses in the UK and Ukraine do not need to take any action to benefit from the agreement.

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