The Department for International Trade of Great Britain informed that the companies of Great Britain and Switzerland would continue to trade freely in the territories of two countries after Brexit. Representatives of the British and Swiss governments signed the relevant agreement. It involves the preservation of preferential terms of trade between these countries without additional duties and barriers after March 29, when the UK leaves the European Union. The message of the British Department indicated that this document would allow to avoid job cuts.
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