Brexit advances at WTO as Britain sets out new services terms - diplomats

GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Britain sent World Trade Organization members on Wednesday the terms for its trade in services with other countries after Brexit, an important but relatively straightforward part of its divorce from the European Union, trade diplomats said.

Britain needs to disentangle its WTO membership agreement from the European Union's, and has yet to draft a similar text for trade in goods, expected to be much more complicated because of the need to share out agricultural import quotas.

Talks with agricultural supplier nations such as Australia and New Zealand are continuing, trade diplomats said. (Reporting by Tom Miles)