US and UK to start trade talks next month to ensure deal soon after Brexit

Trade talks with the US will kick off next month as British officials start to scope out plans for a deal, with the aim of setting up a free trade agreement as soon as possible after Brexit.

  • VN, US entrepreneurs, officials discuss trade

    There is huge opportunity for Việt Nam and the US to further boost investment and trade ties in many sectors, a seminar heard in HCM City on Wednesday.

  • Sri Lanka-Thailand reach consensus on FTA

    Sri Lanka and Thailand have come to a consensus on a free trade agreement (FTA) to trade goods as the first step towards a comprehensive FTA that will follow in the future, Sri Lanka’s Industry and Commerce Ministry in a statement said.

  • Can Vietnam reform without the TPP?

    The withdrawal of the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) under President Donald Trump almost immediately after his inauguration has raised a number of national policy and reform issues for its other members, especially Vietnam.

  • Angela Merkel eyes free trade on trip to Latin America

    Argentina and Mexico are important trading partners for Germany - all the more so as Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to Latin America in search of allies against US President Donald Trump's protectionist leanings.

  • Vietnam and Japan will cooperate to pursuit TPP

    During the official trip to Japan, Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc the encounter Shinzo Abe agreed to continue with Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP).

  • New Zealand Seeking FTA Talks With EU

    New Zealand is hoping to launch talks towards a free trade agreement with the EU this week, the Government has said.

  • Vietnam, Japan sign deals worth $22 billion

    The deals were signed at a 'historic' business conference attended by record number of Vietnamese and Japanese businesses.

  • Free-trade talks with China: Proceed with caution

    June 2 marked the end of the 90-day period that federal officials allocated for public input into Canada’s potential free-trade negotiations with China. But the so-called “consultation” bore little resemblance to the process that Ottawa uses when it is serious about getting feedback on policy.