Brexit
Britain and the European Union are having difficulty agreeing on the terms of the future relationship
Irish Prime Minister Michael Martin has said that the chance of reaching a trade agreement on Brexit does not exceed 50 percent and that the negotiations are at a very difficult juncture.

“I don’t think one can be overly optimistic about reaching an agreement,” he told RTE.

Britain and the European Union are facing difficulty in agreeing on the provisions for their future relationship in trade and other areas.

Without the agreement, the two sides face the risk of disrupting trade between them, which is estimated at a trillion dollars, by alternately imposing customs duties and tightening regulations.

Source: “Reuters”

 

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