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“Accidental” no-deal Brexit puts 40 trade deals at risk, say business leaders

A cliff-edge departure from the EU would see the UK lose beneficial relationships with many non-EU trading partners as well, UK business association, the CBI, has said.

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Departing the EU without a deal will see the UK lose the benefits from 40 trade agreements worldwide, not just those it enjoys with its European neighbours, business association, the CBI, has said.


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