To minimize post-Brexit trade disruption, British and Ukrainian officials “are working together to design a bilateral agreement
Thursday, October 25, 2018

To minimize post-Brexit trade disruption, British and Ukrainian officials “are working together to design a bilateral agreement

To minimize post-Brexit trade disruption, British and Ukrainian officials “are working together to design a bilateral agreement that will replicate the effects” of the EU-Ukraine free trade pact, Liam Fox, Britain’s State Secretary for International Trade, said during the recent Ukraine Week in London. “We have designated Ukraine as one of the UK’s post-Brexit priority markets, and our ambition is to further improve and liberalize the trading relationship between us,” he said. Fox added that his department is working to help Ukraine win energy independence from Russia and is providing “British expertise in agricultural machinery, grain storage, and food processing.”

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