The TRA’s Annual Report and Accounts, published last month, highlighted that our work falls into two categories. We conduct new cases in response to applications from companies – both UK producers and overseas exporters – who think they’ve been harmed …
John Kirkpatrick, Investigations Delivery Director
The UK TRA is a new kid on the block among Trade Remedies Authorities around the world. Over the last two years since we were set up, the TRA has been reviewing measures put in place by the European Union and …
We’ve previously looked at what data we gather as part of our investigations and what we do with it – what analyses, what calculations and what conclusions this information supports. Below, I focus on what we share or publish in …
In a blog back in March, I set out why it is so important to the TRA to get industry data to do our job. This blog will say a bit more about what we do with that data when …
Read our new blog from TRA’s Investigations Delivery Director, John Kirkpatrick, why having industry data means better investigations and achieving fairer outcomes for the UK’s trade remedies
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Our blog provides an insight into our work and culture. It's a place where subject experts from across the Trade Remedies Authority (TRA) share experiences of the work they do and discuss some of the technical aspects of the UK’s trade remedies regime.
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