Brexit Britain signs trade deal with INDIANA – first state level trade deal ever

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Brexit Britain signs trade deal with INDIANA – first state level trade deal ever

SIR Winston Churchill once described the unique cultural and economic ties that bind the United States and Canada together as an ‘example to every country and a pattern for the future of the world.’


14:36, Sat, May 28, 2022 | UPDATED: 18:19, Sat, May 28, 2022

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Our great wartime leader was speaking more than 80 years ago – but his words ring just as true today. The US and Canada remain two sovereign nations with distinct identities, deeply intertwined through their fierce commitment to freedom, democracy and free trade.


These are fundamental values upon which Britain was built and which still define us to this day.

Now, as we chart a new course for ourselves as an independent trading nation outside the EU, we are developing stronger trade bridges across the Atlantic between our three nations.

These ties will strengthen our bonds of prosperity at a time of growing global uncertainty.

The challenges of COVID-19 and the impact of the war in Ukraine have underlined the critical importance of strong, diverse supply chains to our collective economic security and exposed vulnerabilities in global sources of energy and food, to name just two.

Free trade will play a pivotal role in providing the strength we need to meet these challenges.

Future... Anne-Marie Trevelyan with U.S. trade representative Katherine Tai

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