The following agreements are still being discussed with countries with EU trade agreements. Future trade with the EU: Research letter on mutual recognition library, 8 October 2018Agrementation of the different uses of the concept of mutual recognition in the context of the UK`s future relations with the EU The UK has signed a free trade agreement with Japan. Brexit: Commercial aspectsCommons Library Research Briefing, 9 October 2017 Prospects for possible options for the UK`s trade relations with the EU and third countries after Brexit in early September, chief negotiators met informally in London to discuss their lack of progress, but there has been „no progress.“  Both parties argue that it is less and less likely that an agreement can be reached before the deadline expires.  Johnson stated on September 7 that there would be no agreement until October 15.  Mr Barnier had already declared on 26 August that an agreement had to be reached before 31 October so that the Council and the two parliaments could ratify it in time (end of December).  The August round of negotiations ended on 21 August with „little progress.   The EU`s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, said there was little time left and said it was „unlikely“ that an agreement could be reached.  Britain`s chief negotiator David Frost said: „An agreement is always possible, and that is still our goal, but it is clear that it will not be easy to achieve it. In a number of areas of future cooperation between the UK and the EU, substantial work is still needed if we are to implement them. We had some useful discussions this week, but there has been little progress.  Barnier questioned the sudden British surprise at the threat of the loss of interstate (and non-domestic) cabotage rights for British carriers, as this was an advantage of the internal market that the United Kingdom had left and never available to third countries.  The UK is seeking a „comprehensive free trade agreement“ (such as the EU CETA with Canada) that does not cover fisheries, security, transport or energy.
It considers that these issues should be agreed separately if „appropriate governance agreements“ were decided, not by the European Court of Justice.  Uk trade options beyond 2019 International Trade Committee report, 7 March 2017Says the government must act quickly to bolster confidence and put the UK in the best position to forge new trading relationships Brexit and tradeCommons Library Insight, 23 June 2017Conscreted the UK`s future trade relations with the EU and in the absence of a trade agreement with Switzerland. Brexit and trade servicesCommons Library Insight, 8 October 2019 If, without a deal, Brexit could change the way UK service companies trade with the EU if the UK is to comply with WTO rules, tariffs would apply to most of the products British companies send to the EU. This would make British goods more expensive and more difficult to sell in Europe. The UK could also do so for EU products if it so wishes. If no agreement is reached by December 31, many imports and exports will be billed, which could drive up prices for businesses and consumers.