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(BVI) The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has told the United Kingdom (UK) that it does not only want to ensure its financial business is not negatively affected by Brexit, but that it also wants to be able to compete in the international trade of goods in areas such as fisheries.

Premier Dr D Orlando Smith disclosed those and other main points after he participated in the initial round of ministerial talks with the UK regarding Brexit, which is the process by which Britain is seeking to exit the European Union (EU).

Amid the push for competitive international trade, Premier Smith called for continued market access, and potential tax incentives.

“The BVI sees international trade as essential to its economic future, particularly in the continued provision of services to international business, but also in goods in areas such as fisheries,” the premier said in a media release from his government.

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