Overseas Trade

(asked on 21st March 2017) - View Source

Question to the Department for International Trade:

To ask the Secretary of State for International Trade, which the three non-EU countries are with which the UK does not have a free trade agreement and with which the UK trades most by value.


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Mark Garnier
This question was answered on 24th March 2017

The three countries with which the EU does not currently have a trade agreement and with which the UK traded the most by value in 2015 are the United States of America, China and Japan.

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