Brexit: US prepared for an 'attractive' UK trade deal

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US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has revived speak of a giveaway trade understanding with a UK following Brexit.

It follows worries that Britain’s “special relationship” with a US had cooled.

Mr Mnuchin pronounced Britain would still be during a “front of a queue” for a shared giveaway trade understanding following a exit from a European Union.

“As shortly as a UK is prepared we will be prepared to negotiate an appealing trade deal,” he told a BBC in Davos.

I asked Mr Mnuchin if a attribute between a US and Britain had turn stretched after President Donald Trump cancelled a assembly to come to a UK to open a new US embassy in London.

President Trump also criticised Prime Minister Theresa May on Twitter after contrary over his retweet of Britain First videos.

Mr Mnuchin pronounced that a certain mercantile destiny for Britain was really critical to a US, and that America was progressing full support for a UK over “the Brexit issue”.

He pronounced a US administration was “monitoring a discussions”, adding: “We wish to see a successful transition.”

Mr Mnuchin met Mark Carney, Governor of a Bank of England, on Wednesday to plead Brexit, and he will accommodate Philip Hammond, a chancellor, after on Thursday.

The US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, pronounced that he had met a British general trade secretary, Dr Liam Fox, to plead stronger trade relationships.

He pronounced a UK would be following a US indication of carrying “commercial officers” formed in each embassy to boost mercantile and business ties.

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