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May will say she wants Britain to become the biggest investor in Africa out of the countries in the Group of Seven nations, overtaking the United States, by using the aid budget to help British private sector companies invest on the continent.
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The UK leader is now on a tour of three African nations, where she is seeking to bolster the country's regional ties ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union in March 2019. "They understand fully well the U.K.'s predicament and they have a multitude of other trade partners, including China, India and Russian Federation, wanting to invest on a massive scale".
Former foreign minister Boris Johnson, whose July departure from the cabinet brought May's government to the brink, said in his resignation speech that May's current Brexit policy would hamper London's ability to strike independent trade deals.
"That's why I'm delighted that we will today confirm plans to carry over the European Union's Economic Partnership Agreement with the Southern African Customs Union and Mozambique once the EU's deal no longer applies to the United Kingdom". -African ties before Britain's planned exit from the European Union in March.
May used the start of a three-day visit to the continent by insisting trade deals with countries like South Africa will be a prize for "global Britain" after it leaves the European Union. It's not yet clear which countries she will visit.