Japanese PM Abe asks UK PM May for 'smooth Brexit' for business

LONDON Japanese leader Shinzo Abe asked Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday to ensure a smooth Brexit to allow Japanese companies to continue to operate as the United Kingdom exits the European Union. The leader of the world’s third largest economy …
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