Leading US reseller Robert Lighthizer (Robert Lighthizer) said that the United States deal with Britain is unlikely to be concluded before the presidential election in November.
Lighthouse’s comments came when the two countries embarked on a second round of negotiations. Among the problems complicating the negotiations are disagreements over US agricultural exports and UK taxes on technology companies.
“There are very, very fundamental problems that we must face,” says Lighthizer. He said in Congress that the United States needed a comprehensive deal, not a more limited agreement, which was also being negotiated.