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. including china, brazil brazil and the gulf states have already expressed aching trade deals with us. they started discussions with australia, and india and president-elect trump has said britain -- the world's biggest economy but front of the line. i know my emphasis on fighting trade agreements with countries outside of your has led to questions about whether britain remains a member of the e.u. customs. and it is true that full custom union membership prevents us from negotiating our own comprehensive trade deal. and i want britain to be able to negotiate its own trade agreements. but i also want free trade with europe and cross-border trade to be as frictionless as possible. that means i do not want britain to be part of a commercial policy and i do not want us to be bound by common external elements. these are what prevents us from striking our own comprehensive trade agreement with other countries. but i do want us to have a customs agreement with the e.u. whether that means we must make a completely new customs agreement or to remain the signature to, i hold no preconceived
. >> into the wider world to trade and do business all around the globe. countries including china, brazil, already expressed trade deals, started discussions on future trade ties like australia, and president-elect trump said britain does not have a clue of a tree deal in the united states, the world's biggest economy. i know my emphasis on fighting trade agreements with countries outside europe led to questions on whether to remain a member of the eu customs union and through that full customs union membership prevents us negotiating our own comprehensive trade deals. i want britain to negotiate the trade agreements but i also want to carry free-trade a cross-border trade. i do not want britain to be part of the commercial policy, and external terrorists and elements of the customs union. and comprehensive trade agreements. do want us to have a customs agreement with the eu. whether that means completely new customs agreement, associate member of the customs union, i hold no position. i have an open mind on how they do it. it is not the means that matter but the end and those end
the wider world to trade and do business all around the globe. countries including china, brazil and the gulf states have already expressed interest in striking trade deals with us. we started discussions on future trade ties to countries like australia, new zealand and india. and president-elect donald trump has it britain is not at the back of the queue free-trade deal with the united states or the world's biggest economy but front of the line. i know my emphasis on trade agreements with countries outside of europe has led to questions of whether or not britain seeks to remain part of the eu but it is true that full customs union membership prevents us from negotiating our own comprehensive trade deals. now i want britain to negotiate its own trade agreements. but i also want free trade with europe and cross-border trade there to be as frictionless as possible. that means i do not want britain to be part of the common commercial policy. and i do not want us to be bound by the common external tariffs. these are the elements of the customs union. that prevent us from striking our own
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