Posted August 04, 2019 07:19:11With the U.K. voting to leave the European Union in June, the United States is now set to follow suit.
The U, meanwhile, has not voted in a U.N. vote on whether to leave or stay, and the U is set to hold a presidential election in November.
Here’s how the two nations’ economies and politics stack up.
The U.G. has a strong reputation for security, with the United Nations saying it was one of the top five countries in the world for fighting terrorism.
Its armed forces are among the best in the Western world, and a U-2 spy plane has been stationed at the U-K’s military air base in the North Sea.
The United States has seen a surge in refugees and immigrants from around the world.
Its economy has grown rapidly since Donald Trump’s victory in November, but its jobs growth is lagging behind its neighbors.
Trump has also been critical of NATO and of U.s. trade policies with other nations, and he has vowed to renegotiate the terms of trade deals, including a $1.6 trillion Pacific Rim trade deal.
U.S.-UK trade is worth about $4.6 billion a year, and trade between the two countries is about $2.3 billion a day.
Britain is the largest exporter of U,K.
products to the U, and British firms make more than $1 billion a week in U.k. goods.
is the second-largest consumer of British products after Canada.
Both countries have strong ties with the U S. military, with many of their personnel stationed at Britain’s naval base at Faslane in Scotland.
Brexit means that the U’s top diplomat will now lead the U .
K relationship in the White House, and that Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, will become the U.’s first foreign minister since 1949.
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