Although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson insists that an agreement must be reached by 15 October, no agreement has been reached. While a member of the EU, the UK was automatically part of some 40 trade agreements that the EU has concluded with more than 70 countries. In 2018, these activities accounted for about 11% of total trade in the UK. This agreement guarantees British companies the security they need to operate in the Mexican market. This would save about $59 million in tariffs on British exports to Mexico under WTO conditions. Read more: Extension of Brexit trade negotiations “to be done properly” confirms the ex-Taoiseach If the UK leaves the EU without these agreements taking place under these agreements, trade with these countries will take place under WTO rules. To date, more than 20 of these existing agreements, covering 50 countries or territories, have been shaken up with the exception of the I.V. and will begin on 1 January 2021. Based on 2018 figures, this represents about 8% of total trade in the UK.
But it is clear that new agreements with some countries will not be ready in time. “This agreement is good news for businesses on both sides. It gives security to the thousands of British companies already exporting to Mexico – and provides a solid basis for negotiating a new, more ambitious deal next year. The Southern African Customs Union and the countries of Mozambique`s trade bloc have been added to the list of signed agreements. “We look forward to working with our Mexican friends and allies for an ambitious new trade agreement in 2021. This will allow our two countries to go much further in areas such as data, digital trade, investment, intellectual property and services. In the absence of a trade agreement by 31 December, the UK and Mexico will lead wto terms – and tariffs would help the automotive sector the EU`s free trade agreements to EU growth: in 2018, the EU was the world`s second largest exporter (15.5%) before the United States (10.6%) China (15.8%).  This follows the recent signing of the agreement between the United Kingdom and Mexico on mutual recognition and protection of spirit names, an important agreement on geographical indications between the United Kingdom and Mexico for the protection of spirit drinks of the two countries.
This agreement will protect our traditional spirits such as Irish and Scottish whisky and tequila, sotol and mezcal. The UK has signed a more than $5 billion continuity deal with Mexico to avoid tough export tariffs after Brexit, according to the government. The CEO of the British Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said in a statement that free trade had been a “key pillar of the success of the UK automotive sector.” The country exported 80% of all the cars it manufactured in 2019. The UK government has powers over trade agreements and international agreements, as well as the right and power to pass laws on all matters under parliamentary sovereignty, but the UK government will generally seek the compliant advice of the Devolved Parliament (s) when areas of agreement conflict with issues of decentralised jurisdiction. , regardless of its ability to legislate, if the Ministry of International Trade (DIT) is unable to obtain a rollover of the EU-Mexico trade agreement, Britain will negotiate with Mexico from 1 January, under the World Trade Organisation (WTO).