UK and Japan aim for trade deal straight after Brexit

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September 1, 2017 04:01
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TOKYO - Britain and Japan are aiming to put in place a bilateral trade agreement "pretty much immediately" after Brexit, a government source said on Thursday as Prime Minister Theresa May tries to reassure businesses and politicians during a visit to Tokyo.

"Our intention would be for our deal to come into force pretty much immediately," a government source said on Thursday. "That's the UK position and they've (Japan) agreed to it."The source also said that May had met Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa and Hitachi Chairman Hiroaki Nakanishi during her trip.



The meetings were "enthusiastic and positive," the source said.

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