The UK ceased to be a Member State of the EU on 31 January 2020 but during a transition period that ended on 31 December 2020 EU trade agreements continued to apply to the UK. Now that the transition period has ended the EU trade agreements no longer apply. The UK is negotiating and signing its own bilateral agreements with EU and non-EU countries .
Preferential trade agreements are set up between countries in order to promote international trade and grant beneficial market access to the partner countries. Overview
The UK has preferential trade agreements with EU countries, non-EU countries and blocs of countries. Preferential Trade Agreements
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