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UK-India trade negotiations


The Government has announced the start of the negotiations on a trade deal with India, with the first negotiating round taking place on 17 January. In due course, we plan to produce a report on the UK Government’s published Negotiating Objectives. For this report, we will be particularly reliant on written evidence. 

The Committee is considering all aspects of the negotiations, but is particularly interested to hear whether the Negotiating Objectives are ambitious enough; how an agreement might affect consumers and businesses; and the likely economic, social, environmental and other impacts.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Thursday 3 March 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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6th Report - UK–India free trade agreement: Scrutiny of the Government’s Negotiating Objectives
Inquiry UK-India trade negotiations
Committees International Agreements Committee
HL Paper 53
Response to this report
Government Response to UK-India free trade agreement report
Government Response

Oral evidence transcripts

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3 March 2022
Inquiry UK-India trade negotiations
Witnesses Resolution Foundation, Prof Sangeeta Khorana (Professor of Economics at Bournemouth University), and Institute of Development Studies
Committees International Agreements Committee
Oral Evidence
IND0040 - UK-India trade negotiations
Witnesses Department for International Trade
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence
IND0039 - UK-India trade negotiations
Witnesses Scottish Government
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence
IND0038 - UK-India trade negotiations
Witnesses Welsh Government
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence

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