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LONDON (Reuters) – Britain and Australia have agreed the vast majority of a free trade deal during talks in London this week and will look to reach full agreement in principle by June, a joint statement said on Friday.

“The UK and Australia have today reached consensus on the vast majority of elements of a comprehensive free trade agreement,” the statement said.

“Both countries are confident that the remaining issues will be resolved, and will now enter a sprint to agree the outstanding details with the aim of reaching agreement in principle by June.”

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