Boris Johnson Says Britain Wants Free Trade Deal with India
NEW DELHI, INDIA —
Visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Wednesday that his country would like to forge a free trade agreement with India as it prepares to leave the European Union.
Johnson said a free trade deal would benefit both countries. He was talking to reporters after arriving in New Delhi for a two-day visit. He said British Prime Minister Theresa May set out a powerful vision in a speech Tuesday of how Britain can negotiate trade deals with all nations, benefiting not only friends in the European Union but also driving growth in the rest of the world. Full Story