Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters
Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters

China should be top of post-Brexit wish list on trade, says British Chamber as it rejects ‘external pressure’

  • Questions raised among British businesses as to why China is not a priority country for a trade agreement, its report says
  • It warns British government that ‘populist and protectionist politics can disrupt international relationships’

Topic |   European Union
Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters
Britain has identified several countries as priority partners for free-trade agreements after leaving the EU. Photo: Reuters
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