Which six Gulf states are a ‘definite target’ for the UK’s next deal, according to Liz Truss?

The UK is targeting Gulf states in “phase two” of its trade strategy after leaving the EU’s customs union and single market in December last year.

As trade deals with Australia and New Zealand are underway, the UK is looking to a deal with the six oil-rich nations that make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), trade minister Liz Truss told the Telegraph.

The GCC is a “definite target” for a UK trade deal, she said. “We are in discussions with the GCC and I hope that we’ll be able to say more about that soon.”  Read More.

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