Brexit: Japan ‘would welcome’ UK to TPP says Abe

Britain would be welcomed into the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal with “open arms” after it leaves the EU, Japan’s prime minister has said. While the UK would lose its role as a gateway to Europ…
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