The UK, which left the European Union on January 1 and entered an 11-month transition period, yesterday published 13 documents, including the trade agreement, in what it describes as its "ideological approach" to discussions with Brussels.
Mr Frost also tore apart the EU's position that the provisions must be maintained with the United Kingdom and not other partners simply due to the UK's location in Europe and "proximity" to the European Union.
Concerns about the ongoing fate of the talks have dragged down the pound in currency markets, which is trading 7.5 per cent lower so far this year, but which was up 0.5 per cent by 1.50pm UAE time after the new tariff regime was announced.
The UK will maintain tariffs on a number of products backing UK industries such as agriculture, automotive and fishing.
The UK plans to impose tariffs on imported cars and a range of agricultural food items, but will slash them on a swathe of other goods, it was announced on Tuesday, as the government outlined its post-Brexit duty regime.
But the "biggest downside" of the divorce will be that fewer resources will be available to make up the future peacekeeping and advisory operations run by the European Union worldwide.
What products will be imported tariff-free to the UK? The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders previously warned a no-deal Brexit would add around £1,500 to the cost of an average new vehicle.
Tariffs will be cut on more than 100 products in an attempt to encourage the development of a more sustainable economy.
However, some products used to fight COVID-19 maintain a tariff.
Analysis continues on all sides to determine what the overall impact on Canada-U.K. trade would be if a bilateral trade agreement is not concluded between now and Jan.1. If they fail to reach a deal by then, trade will be carried out on WTO terms.
The UK also intends to remove the EU's Meursing table which is described as complex, allowing the country to scrap thousands of unnecessary tariff variations on products - including over 13,000 tariff variations on products like biscuits, waffles, pizzas, quiches, confectionery, and spreads.
It comes after Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, launched another blistering attack on Boris Johnson's government on Friday, saying: "The UK will have to be more realistic... you can not have the best of both worlds". The two sides had almost reached an agreement in early 2019 when Canada was caught off-guard by Britain's sudden move to cut most of tariffs to zero.