Johnson does not expect EU to offer worse trading terms
LONDON- On Wednesday, Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson did not expect the European Union to offer the country worse post-Brexit terms than which were offered to trading partners.
Johnson, on a live Facebook broadcast, said that he believes that it will not happen; it will massively be to the interests of both sides of the Channel to have a zero-tariff, zero-quota Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
He reiterated that he is absolutely confident that can be done.
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