Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg
Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg

Britain in talks to join Trans-Pacific Partnership after Brexit, seeing ‘no geographical restriction’

The unusual proposal would make the UK the first member of the TPP without a Pacific coastline

Topic |   Trans-Pacific Partnership
Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg
Liam Fox, Britain’s international trade secretary, left, and Boris Johnson, foreign secretary, outside number 10 Downing Street in London. Fox’s department is believed to be developing proposals for Britain to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Photo: Bloomberg
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