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UK, Norway and Iceland sign trade continuity deal

The agreement signed on Tuesday means that the majority of trade in goods between the countries will remain tariff-free

Reuters , Tuesday 8 Dec 2020
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Britain, Norway and Iceland have signed a trade continuity agreement as an interim before the countries complete negotiations over a comprehensive free trade agreement due to come into force in 2021, said the UK in a statement.

The agreement signed on Tuesday means that the majority of trade in goods between the countries will remain tariff-free. The trade in goods between Britain and Norway and Iceland was worth 20 billion pounds last year.

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