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    UK Prime Minister Theresa May stated that countries including China, Brazil and the Gulf States, have already expressed in striking free trade deals with he United Kingdom after it leaves the European Union and London had already launched trade talks with Australia, India and New Zealand.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – China, Brazil and the Gulf States, as well as other countries, have expressed their interest in striking free trade deals with the United Kingdom after it leaves the European Union, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.

    Earlier this week, May said the United Kingdom had already launched trade talks with Australia, India and New Zealand.

    "Countries including China, Brazil and the Gulf States, have already expressed in striking free trade deals with us. It is about embracing genuine free trade," May said at the World Economic Forum.

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