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 .
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. .
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. ”
Ministers said the trade bloc is of great economic importance to the UK as the bloc countries are growing.
It is a rare economic goodfor 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