Trade Agreements Post Brexit

Updated to show that the UK has in principle concluded a trade agreement with the Southern African Customs Union and the Mozambique trading bloc. 3) On 2 April 2019, the United Kingdom signed a trade agreement with Iceland and Norway. This agreement was signed in order to maintain the continuity of trade and was part of the preparations for a possible “No Deal” Brexit. It will not enter into force. The UK`s future relationship with these countries is influenced by their relationship with the EU, as they are EEA Member States. We will continue to work with Iceland and Norway to identify the most effective way to maintain and strengthen trade with them beyond the transition period. If the UK leaves the EU without these agreements, trade with these countries will take place according to WTO rules. [2] Financial Times: Canadian farmers are struggling to take advantage of the EU`s free trade agreement. No new trade agreement can start before the transition is complete.