Britain’s exit from the European Union is creating uncertainty for businesses and Brexit negotiations should seek to reduce this as well as minimising future trade barriers, Spain’s King Felipe said on Thursday.
The British government, seeking to highlight confidence in the British economy, said Spanish companies had committed millions of pounds of investment to Britain to coincide with a three-day state visit by King Felipe and Queen Letizia.
Addressing business leaders in London, Felipe hailed the close ties between Britain and Spain but said: “We cannot deny that the scenario originated by the UK decision to leave the EU has generated uncertainty and doubts for our companies … We must make sure the current negotiations reduce this uncertainty to the minimum.
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