10 Dec 2020 1:40 PM

Please refer to our blog on signed trade agreements with non EU countries for updated information.

The UK is looking to replicate existing EU Agreements which will no longer be applicable to the UK after the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020.

At the time of writing the UK has signed Trade Agreements with the following non EU countries or trading blocs.

This should not be relied upon as a comprehensive list. For further information on the full details and for regular updates please click here


Country or bloc

Total UK trade with countries.

2019 (£m)

Andean countries  2,876
Canada 22,418
CARIFORUM trade bloc 3,046
Central America 1,411
Chile 2,171
Côte d’Ivoire 398
Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) trade bloc 1,569
Egypt     3,503
Faroe Islands 293
Georgia 183
Iceland and Norway 26,747
Israel 5,014
Jordan 548
Kenya 1,407
Kosovo 10
Lebanon 849
Liechtenstein 159
Mexico 5,254
Morocco 2,251
North Macedonia 1,774
Pacific states 196
Palestinian Authority 9
Singapore 17,636
South Korea 11,777
Southern Africa Customs Union and Mozambique (SACUM) trade bloc 11,875
Switzerland 37,063
Tunisia 561
Ukraine 1,566
Vietnam (Agreement in principle) 5,706

The UK has signed an agreement with Japan further details of the UK-Japan Comprehensive Partnership Agreement (CEPA)            

Trade Agreements are still in discussion with the following:

  • Albania
  • Algeria
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Cameroon          
  • Ghana  
  • Moldova             
  • Montenegro                
  • Serbia   
  • Turkey 

(source: Department for International Trade)               

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