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

  • 26 Jun 2019 - Trade in services - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF293 KB) HC 1776 | Published 01 Jul 2019

    Evidence given by Professor Johanna Jacobsson, International and European Law, IE University, Mickaël Laurans, Head of International, the Law Society of England and Wales, Francoise Guei, Expert – Multilateral Trade issues, African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States SecretariatRuth Bergan, Coordinator, Trade Justice Movement, Professor Markus Krajewski, Chair in Public Law and Public International Law, University of Erlangan-Nuremberg, Dr Kamala Dawar, Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law, University of Sussex, Kate Ling, Senior European Policy Manager, NHS Confederation

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Next meeting(s)

17 July 2019 10:00 am

Oral Evidence Session

Trade in services
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Witness(es)

George Hollingbery MP, Minister of State for Trade Policy, Department for International Trade
Tom Josephs, Director of Policy, Department for International Trade

Location

Room 5, Palace of Westminster

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