UK embarks on ‘complex’ post-Brexit negotiations on WTO status

The UK has already begun informal consultations with the membership of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) over how to separate out its own ‘schedules’ on agricultural tariffs and other similar commitments from those of the European Union, the UK’s senior diplomat in Geneva has revealed.

Describing the work ahead as a “complex technical process”,Julian Braithwaite, the UK’s Ambassador to the WTO and other UN bodies inGeneva (pictured), underlined his commitment to making Brexit as smooth a process aspossible, in terms of establishing

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