DOMINIC RAAB IN AUSTRALIA FLYING THE FLAG FOR BRITAIN LAYING THE GROUND WORK FOR A NEW TRADE DEAL

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Japanese companies are already investors in Britain with manufacturers endorsed by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government in the 1980s to use the nation as a gateway.

The government wants to build on present business connections, which can be worth more than 18 billion. Mr Raab is on a tour tour of the area following the UK’s passing in the EU last week, including stops in Singapore, Japan and Malaysia.

That is despite the fact the UK has hardly started talks about a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU – and will be just a few days to the implementation period (that the memo asserts to predict the”transition period).

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison will be met by him as well as foreign and trade ministers.

We have the opportunity to expand our horizons to adopt the opportunities in the Indo-Pacific area including with Australia, after the UK’s departure from the EU.

We’ve got a multi-billion pound commerce association with investment in both directions encouraging tasks and increase in both economies.

“The range for win-win is huge.”

Many are worried about potential trade friction between Britain and the continent as the transition period finishes at the end of December.

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