London (HRNW) Britain will underline its desire for a Canada-style trade deal with the European Union (EU) when formal talks start next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Downing Street office said on Saturday.
The ministers will meet on Tuesday to sign off on the formal trade mandate document which will frame Britain’s negotiating aims, before it is published on Thursday.
The UK has made clear a number of times, and will reiterate, its desire for a Canada-style deal,” Downing Street said in a statement.
The EU-Canada deal, which came into force provisionally in 2017, removes most tariffs on goods traded between the two countries but does little to facilitate trade in financial services, which are very important for the UK economy.
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