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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will on Thursday chide the “pernicious” trade practices of the United States and Europe, even as it tries to pin down deals with the its most important allies in a post-Brexit drive to reinvent itself as a free trading nation. A British ten pound banknote is seen in a photo illustration taken March 16, 2016. REUTERS/Phil Noble/Illustration/Files. The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on global supply chains, fanning global trade tensions as nations scramble for scarce goods and try to protect their own economic interests. Britain left the European Union in January, giving it the power to negotiate its own trade deals for the first time in 45 years - something m... Full story

29 October