Britain's Business Secretary Sajid Javid speaks at the British Chambers of Commerce annual conference in London, Britain March 3, 2016. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Britain is working with its European partners to help ease the impact of banking restrictions on trade with Iran, Business Secretary Sajid Javid said Wednesday, adding that the U.K. had signed a deal to simplify the financing of exports.The deal will see U.K. Export Finance and the Export Guarantee Fund of Iran, the Iranian state-owned credit insurance company, work together to identify opportunities for trade in capital goods, equipment and services, Britain's business ministry said.Shrugging aside such concerns, Javid said "It's never too late". He added that he would lead a British trade mission to Iran later this year, possibly as early as May.
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