How Britain left Brexit behind with a new Pacific Trade Deal

What is at stake for the UK economy in acceding to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), one of the largest and most ambitious recent trade agreements?

Paul Baker, CEO of International Economics, and other leading trade experts speak to The Telegraph on this landmark accession to the Indo-Pacific trade bloc.

Find the full article here.

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