Japan will welcome the UK in the trans-pacific partnership with “open arms,” prime minister Shinzo Abe told the Financial Times on Tuesday.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was negotiated by President Barack Obama but President Donald Trump withdrew his support. TPP has 11-member states, including Commonwealth states, namely Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Malaysia, as well as key emerging economies such as Vietnam.
The Japanese prime minister noted that while the UK will lose its status...

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