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.

  • Georgia Holds Up Russian WTO Entry

    A second round of talks is due to be held in April between Russia and Georgia, mediated by Switzerland, concerning Russia's entry to the World Trade Organisation. Harsh words have been exchanged between representatives of the two countries in the aftermath of the first round on March 10.

  • Vietnam, Denmark move to boost trade ties

    Denmark can share its latest technologies and experiences in training workers and enhancing corporate social responsibility with Vietnam to boost trade relations between the two countries.

  • US renews shrimp duties for 5 years

    WASHINGTON -- A U.S. panel on Tuesday voted to continue import duties on shrimp from Thailand, China, Vietnam, India and Brazil for five more years in a victory for U.S. shrimpers hurt by last year's BP oil spill.

  • Rice export price falls further

    The ceiling export price of Vietnamese rice will be reduced by US$20 per tonne from March 20 in line with a reduction in world prices caused by increased supplies.

  • FTA should be a win-win situation for all: UK

    Chennai, Mar 18 (PTI) UK today said it hopes that the on-going negotiations on signing a Free Trade Agreement between European Union and India would be completed successfully to the mutual benefit of all.

  • Appellate Body Reversal On 'Double Remedies' Sparks Angry U.S. Reaction

    The March 11 reversal by the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization of key parts of a dispute panel ruling involving the simultaneous application of countervailing duties and antidumping duties by the United States on imports from China...

  • A WTO Win for China

    A ruling against Washington is good for the U.S. and good for world trade.

  • WTO Sides With China Over US Double Duties

    The World Trade Organization (WTO), in a surprise decision, has upheld China’s appeal that the United States could not apply both antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) measures to a range of Chinese imports.