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  • A WTO logo is pictured on their headquarters in Geneva
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    Britain intends to become an independent member of the World Trade Organisation when it leaves the European Union, trade minister Liam Fox will say next week, according to a report … More »Britain to seek independent membership of WTO after Brexit - newspaper

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