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Britain In Talks To Join Trans Pacific Partnership After Brexit

Britain is in talks to join a trans-Pacific trade group to boost exports after the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, according to reports, The Guardian reported. The government is exploring becoming a member of the Trans-Pacific Partnership to stimulate exports after Brexit next March and has held informal discussions with the group. If the proposals go ahead Britain would be the first member of the trade agreement which does not have borders on the Pacific Ocean or the South China Sea. Liam Fox’s department for international trade is believed to be developing the proposals to join the group, which is regrouping after it lost the United States, its largest member, when President…