25 July 2018
Comment on the UK’s future trade policy
International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox recently launched the UK government’s first ever public consultations on new trade agreements.
People across the UK will have their say on prospective new agreements with the USA, Australia, New Zealand and on the UK’s potential membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The 14-week consultations will allow the public to have a say on what trade will look like with some of the largest and fastest growing economies in the world. People will be invited to share their views on which areas matter to them most as well as any concerns they have.
Comment on the consultations
There are four public consultations into potential future free trade agreements. You can access them here:
The consultations will close on 26 October 2018.