[size=36]Newspaper: Britain may use the threat of high fees to increase pressure in trade talks[/size]
The newspaper added that Johnson and his government discussed the use of tariffs as a "leverage" in an attempt to speed up trade talks during this week's meeting that could result in taxes of thirty percent on some types of French cheese and ten percent on German cars.
The report said that the ministers agreed during a meeting to discuss the exit strategy from the European Union on Thursday on the need to put tariffs for consultation.
He added that the ministers also agreed that giving Japan, the United States, Australia and New Zealand a priority in the negotiations compared to other countries.
The newspaper said that Britain will largely emulate the European Union tariff program, which will be published and presented to the World Trade Organization.
Quoting officials in Brussels, she added that Johnson would present the negotiation plan in the first week of February.
US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin said on Friday that the United States wants to reach a trade agreement with Britain this year.
Britain will withdraw from the European Union on January 31. Ended 29 / p