This has been seen as a positive success, with the focus on addressing market access barriers and expanding bilateral trade. You can read more about it here, on page 23.
Over the past few years, bilateral trade between the UK and India has seen promising growth. Between 2016 and 2019, the countries saw these trade increases:
It was in the fourteenth JETCO meeting that an Enhanced Trade Partnership was agreed as part of efforts to build a future FTA. This was designed to address non-tariff barriers to trade, establishing a specific dialogue that could explore routes to remove these tariff barriers.
This would seek to include:
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