The UK and Switzerland signed a trade continuity agreement that will allow both the countries to continue trading with each other after the UK leaves the European Union (EU) next month, Bloomberg reports.
Deal was officially signed on Sunday.
It allows the two to continue to trade freely without new tariffs.
Also, that duties will be imposed on the majority of goods traded between them.
Deal does not include financial services.
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