Trade with Greenland
This week the UK launched negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with Greenland, boosting our fishing industry and creating jobs.
- As a free trading nation Britain can strike new trade agreement with key trading partners around the world.
- So the UK government has launched negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement with Greenland this week, seeking to reduce or remove tariffs on seafood and boosting our fish and seafood processing sector – a key industry for Yorkshire and Scotland, while also helping to safeguard regional stability in the Arctic and increase collaboration on UK priorities including science and climate change.
- This will benefit UK supermarkets and hospitality, cutting costs for British people, and would come on top of the trade deals we have already struck with 70 countries, levelling up every part of the UK.