UK-Japan trade talks make progress, both sides want deal by end-2020 – UK minister


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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and Japan made progress towards a comprehensive free trade deal and are both committed to getting a deal in place by the end of 2020, trade minister Liz Truss said in a statement following talks in London.

“We’ve made further progress towards a comprehensive deal with a like-minded democracy and long-standing ally, and we share a commitment to getting a deal in place by the end of 2020,” Truss said in a statement on Thursday.

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