“The Pacific Ocean, its shores, its islands and the vast regions beyond, will become the chief theatre of events in the world’s great hereafter.” Reports Daniel Hannan who has been Conservative MEP for South East England since 1999 and is President of the newly-established Institute for Free Trade.
A BREXIT trade minister rubbished claims that Britain will struggle to replicate its trading relationship with the EU after Brexit with other countries around the world, insisting that trade consultations had already been opened with "large-scale" deals on the horizon.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's international trade minister says it's likely the U.K. will fail to agree upon a divorce deal with the European Union before it leaves the bloc in March — the latest in a growing chorus of warnings that the negotiations are in crisis.
Amidst the flurry of ministerial resignations and appointments, the UK’s announcement that it is formally considering joining the CPTPP trade deal was easy to miss. Sam Sachdeva reports for Newsroom on the significance of the announcement, and the obstacles in the way.
LONDON — The United Kingdom's Brexit plans hit another major bump Friday when global aviation giant Airbus threatened to pull out of the country if the government leaves the European Union without a deal on future trading relations.
Rob Merrick writes in The Independent that the chief civil servant at Liam Fox’s department has acknowledged Britain could suffer a “loss of trade” with around 40 countries on Brexit day, with existing deals in doubt.
HomeGeneralFood & drink export sales soar in Brexit boost
Feb 12, 2018 -UK (STL.News) Overseas sales of UK food and drink continued to soar last year, with record exports of over £22 billion demonstrating a clear desire for British taste, quality and high standards around the world. UK food and drink businesses are now selling their products to 217 markets – with sales of milk & cream increasing by 61%, salmon by 23% and pork by 14%.