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World Trade: USA-GB discussions pushed due to post-Brexit issues, reports

01:55  02 december  2021
01:55  02 december  2021 Source:   bfmtv.com

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GB-USA-Commerce: Trade: USA-GB discussions pushed due to post-Brexit issues, reports

COMMERCE: DISCUSSIONS USA-GB REPOUSSÉES À CAUSE DE QUESTIONS POST-BREXIT, RAPPORTE LA PRESSE © Reuters / Joshua Roberts Trade: USA-GB discussions pushed due to post-Brexit issues, reports

(Reuters) - The United States has pushed trade negotiations with Great Britain to remove customs duties on steel And the British aluminum imposed by the former US President Donald Trump, reported Wednesday the Financial Times.

Washington has made this decision because of growing concerns about the post-Brexit trade rules affecting Northern Ireland, says the newspaper, who says he has been able to consult a document from the US Department of Commerce.

According to the FT, a representative of the US Department of Commerce informed London that the discussions could not continue for the time, citing American concern about the threat of Great Britain to resort to Article 16 in its conflict with the European Union on the North Irish protocol.

Article 16 allows the implementation of unilateral measures to suspend parts of the Brexit Agreement.

(Akriti Sharma report in Bangalore, French version Jean Terzian)

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