Britain eyes copying of European Union trade deals after Brexit

Britain eyes copying of European Union trade deals after Brexit

Britain eyes copying of European Union trade deals after Brexit

The Prime Minister, who is now on a trade mission to Japan, has said she wants to deliver Brexit and shape the UK's position on the global stage in the years after it has left the EU.

May will lead a 15-strong business delegation, including Standard Life Investment (SLA.L) chief executive Keith Skeoch, and carmaker Aston Martin's CEO Andy Palmer, pitching Britain and Japan as the "perfect partners for the future".

May said she was pushing for the completion of an EU-Japan trade deal, which could then be used as a model for a future British-Japan trading agreement.

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On a visit to Japan, May also said Britain and the European Union must focus on their future relationship, "ensuring we can get that trade deal right and also that we can form new trade deals around the rest of the world".

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Theresa May began a short trip to Japan today, telling reporters that the United Kingdom wants to retain the terms of a nearly-finalised EU-Japan trade deal post-Brexit. She is also meeting Emperor Akihito tomorrow before wrapping up her trip.

Japan's foreign ministry said the two leaders are expected to agree on the importance of China's role in ramping up pressure on North Korea. This consists of more than 1,000 Japanese businesses and 140,000 staff, the Daily Telegraph reports. May - who arrived in Osaka Wednesday and is to attend a traditional tea ceremony in nearby Kyoto - will also be discussing issues tied to global terrorism and regional security, after North Korea sharply escalated regional tensions by launching a ballistic missile over Japan on Tuesday.

Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasutoshi Nishimura said: "The Japanese government must react to a sense of crisis among businesses and do the utmost to gather information and analyze it, and support Japanese firms based on the recognition that Britain's exit from European Union has a direct impact on them".

"We need to make use of Prime Minister May's visit for conveying Japan's stance to various levels (of officials) in Britain and European Union".

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