Britain and Australia agree a trade deal
The British government sees the deal as an important part of its post-Brexit trade and diplomacy strategy to move the country's economic center away from Europe and seek new opportunities in high-growth Indo-Pacific countries.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Johnson overcame sticking points in talks after the Group of Seven meeting in the UK over the weekend, which Morrison attended as a guest.
Although details are not yet known, some official estimates say the deal could add £ 500 million ($ 705.7 million) to Britain's economic output in the long run - a small fraction for an economy worth around £ 2 trillion.
Still, it was hailed as an important stepping stone as Britain developed its own trade policy for the first time in decades after leaving the European Union.
The deal is under scrutiny by UK farmers who fear they could be forced out of business if the deal removes tariffs on lamb and beef imports from Australia. The government said UK farmers would be protected by a duty-free import cap for 15 years.
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