UK, Canada commit to post-Brexit trade deal

Canada and the United Kingdom commit to a post-Brexit trade deal. The two plan to keep the current trade rules as Britain transitions away from the EU at the end of the year.

The two prime ministers discussed the agreement during a video conference call. They say that they hope the rollover will help set the stage for a more robust deal.

According to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, “Of course now we get to continue to work on a comprehensive agreement over the coming years that will really maximize our trade opportunities and boost things for everyone.”

The deal should take effect January 1st. The countries do about $35 billion dollars in trade each year.


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