Japan's Abe cautions against Brexit regulation cliff edge

LONDON Japan’s Shinzo Abe called on Prime Minister Theresa May to ensure a smooth transition for business as the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, to avoid a cliff edge where rules and regulations for firms change overnight. A day after talks with …
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