Department for Trade and Industry
The latest advice from the UK government’s department for trade and industry. Business development information and ensuring safe working practices can be found on the .gov website which is an extremely valuable resource for anybody involved in international trade including freight forwarders.
Forwarders matter links through to the DTI webpage to put these links together with other valuable resources and these are not altered in any way. Each link will take you through to the relevant article on the .gov website.
- World Trade Organization General Council, July 2021: UK statements
- Red tape cut for wine imports to save British wine lovers £130m a year
- New trade report argues UK should reject 'green protectionism' and harness free market to address climate crisis
- New UK scheme to drive trade with developing countries
- Liz Truss's meeting with USTR Ambassador Katherine Tai
- Liz Truss visits US to foster closer cooperation on making global trade free and fair
- United Kingdom signs free trade deal with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein
- UK & GCC commit to strengthening trading relationship
- UK Singapore joint statement on the launch of negotiations on a Digital Economy Agreement
- UK and Singapore start negotiations on Digital Trade Agreement
- UK and Singapore kickstart negotiations on cutting-edge digital trade agreement
- Foreign investment boosts UK jobs during pandemic
- Britain launches negotiations with £9 trillion Pacific free trade area
- Press statement on trade talks between UK and New Zealand
- Joint statement on UK-New Zealand trade talks
Forwarders matters is not affiliated to the .gov website in any way but looks to put together in one resource a plethora of industry related resources. The above direct links are one such source but we also recommend BIFA & IATA as two great resources and have pages dedicated to them also.