UK trade remedies

Until the UK’s departure from the European Union and its customs union, United Kingdom trade remedy policy was determined at a European level by the European Commission, applying various European Union regulations. Following the end of the post-Brexit transition period, the United Kingdom now conducts its own independent trade remedy policy.

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UK’s new system of trade remedies

Thomas Sharpe QC and Ben Lewy have written a note about the UK’s new system of trade remedies. It explores (i) the statutory framework and (ii) how UK trade remedy policy might differ in practice from the EU’s.

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Increasingly, there is a focus on culture and individual accountability in regulated firms. This has been heightened by various consumer protection issues which have been investigated including the tracker mortgage examination; high profile enforcement actions and the recent engagement with insurers on business interruption cover during COVID-19. Consistently, the Central Bank of Ireland (“Central Bank”) […]


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