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UK's Johnson tells Trump: Lower your trade barriers to seal UK deal

Reuters Saturday, 24 August 2019
Prime Minister Boris Johnson used a pre-G7 summit phone call to U.S. President Donald Trump to demand he lower trade barriers and open up parts of the U.S. economy to British firms, citing a wide range of markets from cars to cauliflowers.
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