Cameron: Trade offers 'biggest boost' to economy

Politicians and business leaders from Britain and eight of its northern European neighbours have been taking part in a summit to exchange ideas about issues from climate change to creating jobs.

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who was hosting the event, said he wanted a less formal summit to allow for the free exchange of ideas.

Mr Cameron said it would boost trade with the countries, currently worth almost £54bn a year.

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