An agreement last week to remove limits on the number of cargo flights between the United Kingdom and China is an encouraging signal that post-Brexit policy makers are serious about exploring, or expanding, trade routes outside of the Euro zone.
Additional flights “will provide massive opportunities for our businesses, helping increase trade, create jobs and boost our economy up and down the country,” said the U.K.’s Transport Minister Chris Grayling, in a prepared statement. In addition to u...
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