Theresa Can Also Is In Japan To Speak Change, But She Cannot Deliver Tokyo What It Definitely Desires

“If we look at free trade and globalization, I’m a promoter of free trade, I believe in free trade.
However, the United Kingdom has also been perceived by some to reject the free trade model, following its vote to leave the EU last year.
“A Japan-England free trade agreement is very important to stop the movement of populism.
To stop the movement of anti-free trade,” Takenaka said.
Japan’s preference for free trade may work in May’s favor as the prime minister seeks to strike a U.K.-Japan trade deal some time in the future, after Britain officially leaves the European Union in 2019.

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