UK-US Trade Inquiry launched by UK Parliament’s International Trade Committee
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The House of Commons’ International Trade Committee is accepting submissions from interested organisations and individuals pursuant to an inquiry it has launched into UK-US trade relations. According to the official press release on the Committee’s website, the inquiry will:
- examine the potential for a UK-US trade agreement
- the opportunities and challenges any agreement might present
- the implications for the production and sale of goods and services on both sides of the Atlantic
- make recommendations to the Government on how it should approach trade relations with the US.
The Committee is inviting interested organisations or individuals to submit written evidence to the Committee via the inquiry page in accordance with the guidelines provided. The deadline for written submissions is Monday 27 February 2017.
For further information, please see the official page of the Committee.
Alicia Nicholls, B.Sc., M.Sc., LL.B., is a trade and development consultant with a keen interest in sustainable development, international law and trade. You can also read more of her commentaries and follow her on Twitter @LicyLaw.