LONDON (Reuters) – Britain has no deadline to strike a trade deal with the United States, trade minister Liz Truss said on Wednesday, criticising the U.S. administration for talking a good game on free trade while restricting import access.
Britain left the European Union earlier this year and is now in the process of negotiating bilateral trade deals with major partners like the United States – something the government has cited as a major benefit of leaving the EU.
“We’re not going to rush into a deal and there is no deadline. We will be tough in pressing our interests,” Truss told a parliamentary committee.
“The U.S. talk a good game about free trade and low tariffs. But the reality is that many UK products have been kept unfairly out of their markets,” she added.
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