This article summarises some of the key aspects of China trade.Read more
This ICTSD article discusses the ways in which Brexit might impact Africa and Africa-UK relations?Read more
Brexit means the UK will need to negotiate new trade relations with the EU and third parties. This ICTSD article discusses how this could provide developing countries with opportunities to develop their trade relations with the UK.Read more
As the UK and EU27 prepare to define the terms of their future trade relationship, Alan Swinbank, associate of TKE partner ICTSD, raises some critical questions regarding post-Brexit agricultural trade.Read more
“Understanding the UK’s position in the WTO after Brexit Part II: The consequences.”
Whilst Part I argued that the UK currently has independent WTO obligations that will continue after Brexit, this follow-up post considers what these commitments actually are and how to give legal effect to them in a new schedule. It also looks at the UK’s post-Brexit position in relation to the Government Procurement Agreement.