U.K. Won’t Pull Up ‘Drawbridge’ After Brexit Vote, Duncan SaysBy
State Minister Duncan says leaders will seek new trade deals
Britain will be more outward facing than before, Duncan says
The U.K.’s vote in June to leave the European Union gives the country a chance to seek new trading partners and broaden its global horizons, State Minister Alan Duncan said Wednesday in Washington.
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