The UK government is planning to hold government-to-government (G-2-G) trade talks (typically known as Joint Economic and Trade Committees) this year with Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. The aim of these bilateral dialogues is to strengthen the UK’s economic, industrial and commercial ties with these partner countries.
The European Union is engaged in its most ambitious programme of trade negotiations in history, worth over £20 billion to the UK economy. It recently launched FTA negotiations with the Philippines and is planning to do so with Indonesia and Mexico (the latter would be a modernisation of the EU-Mexico FTA, which has been in force since 2000).
The UK government is keen to ensure that bilateral G-2-G trade talks and EU FTA negotiations fully reflect the priorities of the UK business community. We would therefore be grateful if you would complete a short survey to help us gather valuable insights on existing and potential barriers to trade and investment.
Please complete the survey Wednesday 30 March 2016 latest by clicking on the following web link to access the survey: