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Theresa May has said that Britain is now "open for business around the world" as she was asked to assure a car manufacturer that Brexit could work for them.
The Prime Minister hailed Jaguar-Land Rover - which wanted to remain inside the EU - a "fantastic British success story" and said she would be working "for the best deal" for Britain and British businesses going forward.
She added that she would be taking the positive "message" from the car manufacturer, that British companies can succeed and thrive, to the G20 meeting over the weekend.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has said the UK will continue to attract foreign businesses in post-Brexit Britain, as he renewed the Government's pledge to build an economy that "works for everyone".
Mr Hammond was speaking in the West Midlands, where he is visiting new research and innovation facilities at Warwick University with Prime Minister Theresa May as well as vehicle manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover.
Brexit will give British businesses the chance to find new markets and opportunities around the world, Prime Minister Theresa May has said.
Mrs May's comments come ahead of this weekend's G20 summit of leading global economies in China, where she will tell fellow leaders the UK is "open for business".
The prime minister was speaking in the West Midlands, where she joined Chancellor Philip Hammond on a visit to Warwick University's new research and innovation facilities and vehicle manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover.
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