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Dominic Raab: Brexit will bear ‘huge series of upsides’ for UK trade

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The UK will experience a ‘colossal series of upsides’ in trade after Brexit said, Dominic Raab. He also has guaranteed toward the beginning of a significant symbolic tour to North America, during which he will urge the White House about the requirement for a faster agreement.

Raab is anticipated to meet the US vice-president, Mike Pence, and have a discussion with him on Wednesday. He will later visit Mexico.

Raab will be aware of the necessity for positive statements from Washington on a speedy post-Brexit trade accord as a contradiction to alerts over the possible financial effect on the UK of a no-deal exit from the EU.

Group of Congress members cautioned a week ago that they would hinder any economic agreement with the UK if Brexit influenced the Irish borders and threatened harmony in Northern Ireland.

Larry Summers, former US Treasury secretary, stated on Tuesday, that he didn’t accept a “frenzied” UK would figure out how to secure an excellent post-Brexit trade accord. The Guardian reported.

Lawrence Summers, a former senior official under Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, stated that the UK was in a vulnerable position when it came to consulting with trade allies.

In Tuesday’s interview with the BBC Radio 4, Summers stated that “England has no influence and they are desperate, they need a deal very soon. When you have a frenzy partner, which is the point when you strike the hardest deal.” Raab stated to the international media that the UK needed “to guarantee that everything conceivable is set up to guarantee the coherence of trade after Brexit.”

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