Japanese PM hails ‘full confidence’ in post-Brexit Britain as May’s trade mission secures a new agreement with Tokyo

Shinzo Abe told the chiefs of Japan’s biggest firms he is convinced the country will remain a ‘compelling’ place to do business after Brexit. Speaking alongside Theresa May at a business conference in Tokyo, Mr Abe said: ‘I have trust in the UK economy …
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