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Liquor and chocolate are headed for cheaper as Kemi Badenok signs a massive £12 trillion trade deal in New Zealand

BREXIT Britain has signed a £12 trillion trade deal paving the way for cheaper booze and chocolate.

secretary of trade Kemi Badenoch UK signs CPTPP, huge Indo-Pacific trade bloc in New Zealand this morning.


Trade Secretary Kemi Badenok signs historic deal between UK and New ZealandCredit: Smoke Ltd.

We were able to join the burgeoning trade union because we left the EU.

UK will be able to sell more whiskey Zero tariffs will allow access to fast-growing Asian markets, while also opening the door for Britons to get cheaper chocolate and tequila from Japan. Mexico.

Praising the historic moment, Mr Badenoch said: “We are delighted to be here in New Zealand to sign an agreement that will not only be a huge boost for British businesses and bring in billions of pounds of additional trade, but also open up huge opportunities. ‘ said. Unmatched access to a market of over 500 million people.

“We will use our position as an independent trading nation to participate in an exciting and growing forward-looking trading bloc that will contribute to global growth.” uk economy and build on hundreds of thousands work CPTPP-owned companies already support the entire country. ”

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Scope of CPTPP Canada, Mexico, Peru, Chile, new zealand, AustraliaBrunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan.

Ministers said the trade bloc is of great economic importance to the UK as the bloc countries are growing.

It is a rare economic good news for the country.

Dark figures released earlier this week revealed that the UK economy contracted by 0.1% in May.

inflation It remains elevated, and numbers released later this week are expected to show only a slight decline from the current rate of 8.7%.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/23070307/kemi-badenoch-12trillion-trade-deal-new-zealand/ Liquor and chocolate are headed for cheaper as Kemi Badenok signs a massive £12 trillion trade deal in New Zealand

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