Date for progress below April 26th 2019 (update)
In the main, the table above shows EU agreements with third countries in force or partially in force. The table is based on information published by the Department for International Trade on 21 February 2019 and that published by DExEU on 7 March.
The table includes (Deep and Comprehensive) Free Trade Agreements, Association Agreements, Stabilisation Agreements, Customs Unions and Economic Partnership Agreements.(6) It does not include Partnership and Co-operation Agreements. Details of the individual EU agreements are on the European Commission website.
The table shows trade agreements only. The total number of EU agreements that the UK will need to replace covers a much wider range of subjects. It has been estimated that there could be more than 750 agreements in total (trade and non-trade).(7)
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