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United Kingdom will appoint "trade commissioners" to promote new agreements

The Government of the United Kingdom will appoint in 2018 nine "trade commissioners" who will be in charge of promoting bilateral agreements around the world in order to leave the country of the European Union (QUE), announced today the Minister of International Trade, Liam Fox.

London, Nov 27 (EFE). - The Government of the United Kingdom will appoint in 2018 nine "commissioners of commerce" that will be in charge to promote bilateral agreements by all the world with a view to the exit of the European Union (EU) country, announced today the Minister of International Trade, Liam Fox.

In a statement, Fox said that these new positions, which will be high-level officials, they will be chosen during the first half of 2018, when they will begin to work in nine geographic areas.

These areas, considered "key" markets, are Africa, Asia-Pacific, China, the network of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, North America and South America.

The Prime Minister's conservative government, Theresa May, will consider for the position, whose creation was an electoral promise, to candidates from both the public and private sectors, the note said.

The function of these envoys will be to head "the operations "of the Ministry of Fox, with responsibilities in the promotion of exports, internal and external direct investment and the commercial policy of the Executive.

" This is a exciting opportunity and a challenge to represent the United Kingdom in key markets in the world, "said the minister, one of the leading standard bearers of the" Brexit "within the world. Conservative Party and the British Government.

"Your Majesty's new Commissaries of Commerce will provide a clear vision and guidance for the global operations of my ministry, which It will require obtaining information in the field, deciding what measures are needed in each region and playing a fundamental role in our future global trade relations, "he said.

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