International Trade Committee

UK trade in services inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Scope of the inquiry

The International Trade Committee launches an inquiry concerning UK trade in services. The inquiry will examine the main barriers faced by UK services exporters, how the UK should seek to liberalise international trade in services, including negotiating international agreements, and potential domestic policy implications.

Terms of reference: UK trade in services

Latest evidence

  • 08 May 2019 - Trade in services - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF308 KB) HC 1776 | Published 13 May 2019

    Evidence given by Professor Panos Delimatsis, Director of Tilburg Law and Economics Center, Tilburg University, Dmitry Grozoubinski, Founder of ExplainTrade.com, Dr Billy Melo Araujo, Lecturer in EU Law, Queen's University Belfast, Quan Zhao, Trade in Services Adviser, International Trade CentreNick Ashton-Hart, Geneva Representative of the Digital Trade Network, Giles Derrington, Head of Policy: Brexit, International and Economics, techUK, Andrew Fray, Managing Director, Interxion UK, Anna Fielder, Senior Policy Advisor, Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue

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