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Britain looks for nearer financial ties with Africa following Brexit

Britain is leaving the European Union on Friday, beginning the clock on an 11-month change period during which the nation will attempt to sign however many new exchange accords as could be expected under the circumstances.

African nations are an ideal objective.

The UK government has said that it will organize exchange dealings this year with the European Union, however, it has additionally made early suggestions to nations, for example, Mozambique and Ghana.

Executive Boris Johnson unmistakably needs nearer financial ties with Africa.

“We in the UK have a vital job in continuing to convince people across the continent that we’re not just a great friend and ally, a reliable ally, but also the people you should be doing business with,” Johnson said earlier this month at the UK-Africa Investment Summit.

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