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An “Ideal” US-UK Free Trade Agreement

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An “Ideal” US-UK Free Trade Agreement

IFT is hosting two rounds of simulated trade negotiations - one in London and one in Washington DC - at which American and British participants will sit around a table to discuss and agree an “ideal” US-UK Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The basis for the discussions will be an initial paper laying out the possible shape and details of an “ideal” FTA, drafted by the Cato Institute. This paper will be discussed and amended during the negotiations.

There will be one delegate taking part in the negotiations from each of the following US organisations: the American Enterprise Institute, the Heritage Foundation, the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Manhattan Institute. And there will be one delegate taking part from each of the following UK organisations: the Institute of Economic Affairs, the Centre for Policy Studies, the Adam Smith Institute and Politeia.

After IFT’s simulated trade talks have produced a final “ideal” US-UK FTA, this paper will be launched simultaneously in London and Washington DC. Participants in the talks will speak to the audience about their experiences in the negotiations, as well as the ideal FTA itself. Legislators from both sides of the Atlantic will be present, as well as policymakers from both administrations. Representatives from foreign embassies and the press will also attend.

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