UK to sign free trade agreement with Australia and US
"Imminent start of negotiation process indicates that United Kingdom will thrive even being outside the EU", - Therresa May
The new UK government after Brexit is preparing to sign free trade agreements with Australia and the United States. This was reported by the British newspaper The Telegraph.
"In a telephone conversation with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Saturday Theresa May said that aims to sign a free trade agreement package as soon as possible.
She also added that the imminent start of the negotiation process is very encouraging and indicates that the United Kingdom will thrive even being outside the European Union."
The publication notes that the new Minister of International Trade of Britain Liam Fox intends hold negotiations on a similar agreement with the White House in the near future.
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