International Trade Committee

Trade and the Commonwealth: developing countries inquiry

Scope of the inquiry

The International Trade Committee launches an inquiry into the UK’s future trade relationships with developing countries, particularly those in the Commonwealth. It is the second in a series of inquiries examining the potential for new trade relationships with members of the Commonwealth.

Terms of reference: Trade and the Commonwealth: developing countries

Latest evidence

  • 06 Jun 2018 - Trade and the Commonwealth: developing countries - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF282 KB) HC 667 | Published 21 Dec 2018

    Evidence given by William Bain, Europe and International Policy Adviser, British Retail Consortium, Ashok Kallumpram, Managing Director, Premier Textiles Ltd, Daryl Jopling, Head of Risk, DebenhamsThao Hoang Phuong, Country Director, Action Aid Vietnam, Marion Sharples, Policy & Communications Officer, Gender and Development Network, Arif Zaman, Executive Director, Commonwealth Businesswomen’s Network and Deputy Director, Centre for Research and Enterprise, London School of Business and Management

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