In 2015, the European Union accounted for 43.7 percent (223 billion British pounds) of UK goods and services exports, and 53.1 percent (291 billion British pounds) of UK imports, therefore making it the UK’s largest and most important trade partner.
Although, due to the result of the 2016 EU referendum on Brexit, the UK’s new trading relationship with the EU will be the product of negotiation.
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In the following 7 chapters, you will quickly find the 43 most important statistics relating to "Brexit and EU trade".