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UK keen for TPP entry and Japan trade deal after Brexit

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The U.K. wants to "carry on trade with Japan after Brexit," and join the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, said Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt. (Photo by Shihoko Nakaoka)
The U.K. wants to "carry on trade with Japan after Brexit," and join the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, said Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt. (Photo by Shihoko Nakaoka)

TOKYO -- The U.K. hopes to secure free-trade relationships with Japan and other Asian countries after it leaves the European Union, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt told Nikkei on Tuesday, expressing a desire for both bilateral and multilateral deals.

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