UK’s Javid pledges to double up UK’s growth after Brexit



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UK’s Javid pledges to double up UK’s growth after Brexit

On Saturday, the 18th of January 2020, United Kingdom’s Financial Minister Javid said he was looking to double up the nation’s underlying economic growth following its departure from the European Union on January 31st adding it would not seek to leverage the nation’s havoc-scale manufacturing sector which thus far had showed intents to stick on to EU Commission rules, a Financial Times report published on Saturday (January 18th) had revealed.

On top of that, at his Saturday’s (January 18th) interview with the Financial Times, Javid was also quoted saying shortly before he was scheduled to depart for Davos, Switzerland to meet business leaders, that, the post-Brexit trade talks with EU and UK’s neighbouring nations aimed at reaching a number of decipherable trade deals before end-2020, would not involve any prior EU Commission rules, a complicated issue many businesses were seeking to avert to ease cross-border pay offs.

Meanwhile, adding UK would not be a hostage to Brussel’s rules anymore, the British Finance Minister Javid said to Financial Times on Saturday (January 18th), “There will not be alignment, we will not be a rule-taker, we will not be in the single market and we will not be in the customs union - and we will do this by the end of the year. ”