Great Britain is with Mexico, whoever wins the presidencyBy Elliot Bullman
Duncan Taylor, Ambassador of Great Britain to Mexico explained that his country will continue its work and efforts to strengthen trade relations and friendship.
Whoever wins Mexico’s presidential elections in 2018, the government of Great Britain confirmed it will continue its work and efforts to strengthen trade relations and friendship with Latin America’s 2nd largest economy.
In an interview for the Notimex agency, Duncan Taylor, Ambassador of Great Britain to Mexico explained that his country will follow next year's elections with "a great deal of interest."
He cited that there are more than two thousand Mexican students who have educational exchanges with UK institutions and half a million English tourists visit Mexico every year, "and this is growing more and more."
He went on to say that the UK government has a very good relationship with the Mexican government, with the private sector and with civil society."
In 2016 alone, both nations registered a total of 2.54 billion dollars of exports and a total of 2.4 billion dollars of imports. "These types of initiatives show the great commercial relationship that Mexico and the United Kingdom continue to forge."
"Just this week the economy secretary, Ildefonso Guajardo is in Brussels trying to agree on the modernization of this agreement," Taylor said, noting that the negotiators of his country seek to establish a transition of the trade agreement with the European Union, towards a new one that reflects a new commercial relationship.
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