My Lords, as this is the first time that I have spoken in your Lordships’ House since I stepped down as the Minister for Trade Policy, I will start by congratulating the Minister on her appointment and wish her every success. I also thank the dedicated, hard-working and extremely able civil servants who supported me during my time in office, in particular Rob Cook and latterly Matt Fry, who...
(1) There are 135 non-EU WTO members. The UK’s trade in services with WTO members is covered by the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS). On joining GATS, each WTO Member makes its own specific commitments to providing services market access and non-discriminatory treatment. These commitments are made sector-by-sector. Additionally, eighteen non-EU WTO members have made commitments...
In 2016, the value of UK goods exported by the aerospace industry (CPA category 30.3) was £29.6 billion and by the motor industry (CPA category 29) was £40.1 billion. Data on services exported by the aerospace and motor industries are not available. Source: ONS UK trade in goods by classification of product by activity (CPA), published 14 June 2017.
Entered the House of Lords on 29 February 2016
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