Written by Giulio Sabbati,
In cooperation with Olga Griaznova (from GlobalStat | EUI),
The UK withdrew from the European Union on 31 January 2020. From 1 February, it is a third country and therefore considered as such in this publication. The trade figures shown concern a period in which the UK was an EU Member State, whereas the future picture could vary significantly depending on the outcome of trade negotiations between the EU and the UK.
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