British and American Business Leaders welcome moves to strengthen US-UK ties

February 27, 2017 @ 6:33 PM

Chairman of BritishAmerican Business, Christopher Perry, welcomed the official visit of UK Prime Minister Theresa May to the White House to meet with US President Donald Trump on January 26. Friday’s visit, the first by a foreign leader since the inauguration of President Trump, is expected to focus on strengthening ties between the US and UK for trade, investment and security. Read the full press release.

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