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UK's Theresa May sets out vision for frictionless trade after Brexit

she also proposed Britain having access to the EU's financial markets in return for having similar standards to those of the EU

Reuters  |  London 

British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a deep partnership with the European Union after Brexit, setting out ambitions for a tailor-made deal including financial services but accepting EU regulation of chemicals, medicines and aerospace industries. In an attempt to add detail to Britain's negotiation on leaving the EU, May mixed concessions with a plea for a deal that would keep trade flowing between the world's biggest trade bloc and Britain's $2.7 trillion economy. May proposed having either a customs partnership, where Britain would implement EU tariffs on ...

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First Published: Fri, March 02 2018. 20:38 IST