UK and Mexico Sign Trade Deal: Savings of £59 Million Worth of Duties

Both countries have also committed to start negotiating a new and ambitious free trade agreement next year, which will go much further than the existing deal.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The UK signed on Tuesday, December 15th, a trade deal with Mexico, locking in tariff-free trade and other benefits for British businesses and consumers. The UK-Mexico Trade Continuity Agreement will particularly benefit the automotive, pharmaceutical, textiles, agriculture, food and drink industries and other manufacturing industries, the sectors where the UK has the highest amount of trade with Mexico.

Both countries have also committed to start negotiating a new and ambitious free trade agreement next year, which will go much further than the existing deal.

This agreement also represents another step towards the UK’s . . .

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