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Who is the UK negotiating new trade agreements with?

As of September 2020, the UK was negotiating trade agreements with the EU, the US, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. The UK has also indicated a desire to begin negotiations with Canada and to join the 11-country Trans-Pacific Partnership. It was also engaged in talks with a further 18 countries to rollover existing EU trade agreements, having already concluded 19.

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