UK signs £1.5BILLION trade deal as Brexit Britain expands on world stage

(Express, London, 9 June 2018) Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced the UK has secured a £1.5 billion trade deal and signed off £75 million in other trade agreements in a major boost for the UK economy after Brexit. Dr Fox is expected to release a new Export Strategy which will set out the Government’s plan to get businesses of all sizes exporting their products to boost the economy after Brexit. The lucrative trade deals come as Britain’s exit from the EU looms. Dr Fox announced today a deal worth more than £1.5 billion had been secured by a UK company to deliver natural gas project in Cameroon. Additional deals have also be secured in Panama, Turkey, India and Qatar worth £75 million for British businesses. Capitalising on recent foreign visits by Cameroon’s Minister Secretary General, the Presidents of Panama and Turkey and the Prime Minister of India, UK businesses have been exploring exporting opportunities with some of the fastest-growing economies.