After Brexit, which trade deals should negotiators prioritise?

February 12, 2018, 3:28pm


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BREXITEERS dream of freedom from the European Union’s shackles, imagining plucky British negotiators forging new trade deals with America, China and India. Reality dictates a different set of priorities. Britain already has around 40 free-trade agreements through its membership of the EU. None will survive Brexit automatically.
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