Call for Evidence
Submitting written evidence to the inquiry
Submit written evidence
The Committee welcomes submissions on some, or all, of the following points by 23:59 on Friday 12 February. Submissions made prior to this deadline would be gratefully received.
Terms of Reference
- What are the main barriers faced by UK businesses engaging in digital trade?
- What opportunities does digital trade present for UK businesses?
- How does the regulation of digital trade impact consumers?
- What approach(es) should the UK take to negotiating digital and data provisions – including those concerning the free flow of data, protection for personal data, net neutrality, data localisation, and intellectual property– in its future trade agreements?
- What does the UK-Japan Agreement indicate about the UK’s approach to digital trade and data provisions in future trade negotiations?
- What approach should the UK take towards renewing the WTO’s moratorium on customs duties on electronic transmissions?
- What objectives should the UK have when negotiating digital and data provisions during its accession to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)?
- Will the global increase in digital trade affect the environment in a positive or negative way? What steps can be taken to mitigate any negative environmental impacts of increased digital trade?
- What domestic and international law is relevant to the Government’s approach to digital trade?
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