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Old 16.06.2016, 10:47
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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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As a matter of interest can you name one country or group of countries that have expressed interest in negotiating a trade agreement with the UK after Brexit?

So far all I have seen is public statements stating exactly the opposite!

This talk of UK entering a new world of multiple free trade agreements is at best wishful thinking, at worst, leaping into disaster.
Would be better than the EU who in all its years of existence have almost no significant trade deals except perhaps Mexico (2000) and South Korea (2015).

So, yes, I think the UK could do rather better than 1 significant trade deal every 30 years or so.
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