Free Trade Agreements

A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is an agreement between two or more countries to reduce or eliminate trade barriers such as tariffs, import quotas, and export restrictions, fostering the freer flow of goods and services across borders.

FTAs create a more open and competitive trading environment for businesses and the wider UK economy. They can contribute to the lowering of costs, increase in product diversity, and enhanced economic growth.

Find out information about FTAs signed by the United Kingdom. Clicking on the map or the name of the FTA below redirects you towards the UK government information page for each specific agreement.

Click on the FTAs to learn more.