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Trade Agreements

Question for Department for International Trade

UIN HL14087, tabled on 10 March 2021

To ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the Written Answers by Lord Grimstone of Boscobel on 22 February (HL13173) and 9 March (HL13586), to list in the body of their answer which specific countries they have secured continuity trade agreements with since the UK’s departure from the EU.

Answered on

17 March 2021

In addition to our deal with the EU, we have secured trade agreements with 66 non-EU countries, covering £890 billion of trade in total (2019 data). These are:

Albania;

Antigua and Barbuda;

Barbados;

The Bahamas;

Belize;

Botswana;

Cameroon;

Canada;

Colombia;

Côte d’Ivoire (The Ivory Coast);

Costa Rica;

Chile;

Dominica;

The Dominican Republic;

Ecuador;

Egypt;

El Salvador;

Eswatini (Swaziland);

The Faroe Islands;

Fiji;

Ghana;

Grenada;

Guyana;

Guatemala;

Georgia;

Honduras;

Iceland;

Israel;

Japan;

Jordan;

Jamaica;

Kenya;

Kosovo;

Lebanon;

Lesotho;

Liechtenstein;

Mexico;

Morocco;

Moldova;

Mozambique;

Mauritius;

Nicaragua;

Norway;

North Macedonia;

Namibia;

Peru;

Panama;

Papua New Guinea;

The Palestinian Authority;

Saint Lucia;

St. Vincent and the Grenadines;

Samoa;

The Solomon Islands;

St. Kitts and Nevis;

The Seychelles;

South Africa;

Switzerland;

Singapore;

South Korea;

Suriname;

Trinidad and Tobago;

Tunisia;

Turkey;

Ukraine;

Vietnam; and

Zimbabwe.