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Trade Agreements

Question for Department for International Trade

UIN HL13173, tabled on 9 February 2021

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the UK's departure from the EU, which countries they have signed continuity trade agreements with.

Answered on

22 February 2021

We have secured trade agreements with 64 non-EU countries. Total trade with these countries was worth £216 billion in 2019. This accounts for 97% of the value of trade with non-EU countries that we set out to secure agreements with at the start of the trade continuity programme.

After the transition period began, we expanded the ambition of our programme above and beyond this original scope, securing agreements with Japan, Turkey, Vietnam and Singapore, which together accounted for £71 billion of trade in 2019.

All countries with which the United Kingdom has a trade deal are set out on GOV.UK.