What does the UK-Singapore FTA mean for businesses trading between Singapore and UK? Learn through this webinar session what the UK Singapore trade deal means for businesses, with opening remarks by UK High Commissioner, Kara Owen and Singapore's Chief Negotiator for the UKSFTA and Director, North America and Europe Division, Chua Sun Loong.
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The UK-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (UKSFTA) entered into force on 11 February 2021. It will ensure continuity and certainty in trading arrangements between both countries, and is the UK’s first FTA with an ASEAN country. Companies will be able to enjoy tariff elimination for goods trade and reduction of non-tariff barriers.
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