The global rebound in 2021 was 6.1 per cen,t and this year the IMF expects global growth of 3.2 per cent followed by 2.9 per cent next. These forecasts may prove optimistic.
The UK has made it crystal clear to its trading partners which side of the table it is going to be on.
One of the major question marks against Brexit was whether it would see the UK lose its influence over global affairs. This alliance suggests no.
Anti-corruption and cementing new treaties should take precedence over softer fashionable favourites.
We can expect greater divergence, whether we like it or not, and should focus on our diplomatic relationships outside the bloc.
If Britain cannot do a trade deal with a country with which it shares a common language, history, and standards, then who can it do a deal with?
Due to internal tensions, the Union can lack coherence and focus, often particularly evident in its efforts to implement a collective foreign policy.
Erin O’Toole, Leader of the Official Opposition of Canada, championed the idea during his bid to run the Conservative Party of Canada.
The D10 presents an opportunity for coordinating democracies around goals of combating climate change while securing supply chains.
The International Trade Secretary joined the panel for a live event with Anand Menon, Katy Balls and Andy Burwell, chaired by Paul Goodman.
The International Trade Secretary joins a panel including Prof Anand Menon, Katy Balls and Paul Goodman.
Future deals will be important but they should be viewed as a means to an end rather than an end in of themselves
The CPTPP is preferable to the EU because it elevates mutual recognition over harmonisation.
With a new president in place, and the UK’s G7 presidency up and running, we will have a new Indo-Pacific trading opportunity.
We have now secured 97 per cent of the trade value that we set out to reach agreements for first, beyond the EU. And there’s more to come.