Britain’s government set to negotiate for new business deal with thriving economies

Written by on June 22, 2021

The British government is set  to start negotiations to join a free trade area which could grant businesses access to some of the biggest economies of the present and future 
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is made up of 11 nations, including Australia, Canada and Japan.
Membership would reduce tariffs on exports such as cars and whisky.
The trade area covers a market of around 500 million people.
New Zealand, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam are also founder members of the trade agreement, which was established in 2018. The UK applied to join the bloc in January following Brexit.
However, there has already been a political backlash against the UK’s recently agreed free trade deal with Australia, with UK farmers saying imports from Australia could undercut them on price and undermine welfare standards.

Credit: BBC


Reader's opinions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


CREST 88.7 FM

Always at its Peak

Current track
TITLE
ARTIST

Background
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com