Treasury minister uses UK-made naan exports to India as post-Brexit success story Liz Truss at Signature Flatbreads offices
Britain’s treasury minister today (31) used the example of a UK bakery exporting naan to India as a “go-getting” reshaping of post-Brexit Britain as a global trading nation. Liz Truss, UK’s chief secretary to the treasury, during a visit to Signature Flatbreads in Befordshire, said that a company in the east of England selling India its own traditional bread is a sign that the region can expand its exports base as the UK prepares to leave the European Union (EU). “Selling naan breads in India from a company based in Dunstable would once have been unthinkable,” said Truss. “It’s this…
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