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International economic relations news from UK Parliament.

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Department for International Trade discusses China and anti-dumping policy
EU External Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Thursday 2 February at 11.15am
02 February 2017
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Minister gives UK Government perspective on relations with Turkey
The Foreign Affairs Committee takes evidence from Minister on UK relations with Turkey
31 January 2017
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Fundamental rights not a bargaining chip for Brexit, says Committee
Joint Committee on Human Rights publishes report on human rights implications of Brexit
19 December 2016
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Brexit requires compromise between sovereignty and liberalising trade, report says
EU External Affairs and EU Internal Market publish report on Brexit: future trade
13 December 2016
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Brexit requires compromise between sovereignty and liberalising trade, report says
EU External Affairs and EU Internal Market publish report on Brexit: future trade
13 December 2016
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Next United Nations Secretary-General's role examined in evidence session
International Relations Committee takes evidence at 10.30 am on Wednesday 7 September
07 September 2016
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Interrupting ISIL finances examined by experts
Foreign Affairs Sub-committee discusses the UK's role in interrupting the financing of ISIL
26 April 2016
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Commons debate on Welsh affairs
Backbench Business debate Welsh affairs on 3 March in the Commons Chamber
24 February 2016
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Economic policy coordination and convergence examined by committee
EU Financial Affairs Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 9 December at 10.05am
03 December 2015
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