Chinese investment extended interview to be held at 4.30pm.
“There has been no public sign of any movement to extend this interview beyond Friday.
“The State Government has agreed to continue the conversation on Friday, and also to discuss the current situation for the region’s businesses in the face of this uncertainty and the implications of the Brexit,” Minister for Trade, Liam Fox said in a statement.
“I would like to invite you, as Prime Minister in charge of foreign and business affairs, the time to engage with the business community on issues in your region’s interest.
“For businesses that rely on access to Europe’s biggest single market, it is essential that we can all remain focused on ensuring jobs, growth and an effective tax system for New Zealand.
“For some of those that do trade, the prospect of being forced to leave if negotiations fail is an unwelcome reminder of the economic problems facing our nation.”
Meanwhile, a source close to the negotiations said Mr Hammond had been invited to speak at a private dinner on Saturday at the Whitehouse.
But the PM is expected to instead take to the stage during Prime Minister’s Questions at 4.30pm.
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But Mr Hammond has insist영천출장안마ed the trade talks would not take place until the UK agreed to maintain free movement of people within the EU.
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