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Japan’s Abe says would welcome Britain to TPP: FT

Japan's Abe says would welcome Britain to TPP: FT© Reuters. Japan’s PM Abe attends a news conference after reshuffling his cabinet, at his official residence in Tokyo

LONDON (Reuters) – Japan would welcome Britain “with open arms” into a Trans Pacific trade pact, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told the Financial Times on Sunday.

Abe, one of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s closest international allies, also said he hoped both sides in Britain’s deadlocked Brexit negotiations with the European Union would be able to reach a compromise to avoid a disorderly Brexit.

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