The United States must remove restrictions on doing business in the UK if they want a trade deal with the UK, said Boris Johnson.
Traveling to the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, the prime minister said there were "very significant barriers in the US to British business".
Mr Johnson stated that he had already talked to President Donald Trump about his concerns, adding that he would do so again when they meet on Sunday morning,
the Prime Minister will also hold talks with the President of the EU Council Donald Tusk.
"There are great opportunities for British companies to open, to win, to open on the US market," said Mr Johnson.
"We intend to seize these opportunities, but they will require our American friends to compromise and open their approach, because there are too many restrictions at the moment."
Mr Johnson said: "Pig mussel mills, sold in Thailand and Iceland, are currently unable to enter the US market because of, I do not know, any restriction on the administration of food and medicine."
He continued: peppers from the UK at all They can enter the US market.
'The supply of wine is very limited. If you want to export wine made in England to the US, you must go through an American distributor.
"There is a tax in the British microbreweries in the United States that does not apply to the American microbreweries in the United Kingdom. . "
Last month, President Trump said talks about a "very substantial" trade deal with the United Kingdom were already underway.
He stated that the post-Brexit bilateral transaction could lead to a "three to four, five fold" increase in current trade, but did not provide details on how this would be achieved.
US House of Representatives Chairman Nancy Pelosi said the UK-US trade deal would not be made through Congress if Brexit undermines Good Friday. Agreement.
Ms Pelosi said that the UK's exit from the EU could not be allowed to threaten the Irish Peace Agreement of 1
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What is a Trade Deal?
Commercial transactions involve two or more countries negotiating a set of conditions through which they buy and sell goods and services from one another.
Transactions are intended to increase trade by removing or reducing trade barriers. These barriers may include taxes on imports or exports (tariffs), quotas or various regulations for things like safety or labeling.
Mr Johnson also discusses the possibility of a tax on Internet giants, following the French government's decision to approve a digital service tax despite threats of retaliation from the US.
"Honestly, we need to do something to tax the online business that has such huge sales in our country fairly and properly," he told reporters. "We need to do something to ensure we tax them properly.
" I am open to discussing how we do this and am ready to listen to our American friends about modalities, but we need to do something to tax them fairly. "
Mr Johnson and Mr Tusk clashed on Saturday over who would be responsible for Brexit without a deal.
Mr Tusk said Mr Johnson risks being remembered as "Mr No Deal" – but the prime minister responded by stating that Mr Tusk would become "Mr No-Deal Brexit."
Mr Johnson has repeatedly stated that he prefers to leave the EU with an agreement on 31 October, but insists otherwise p irka – an insurance policy designed to avoid a rigid border on the island of Ireland must be removed from the withdrawal agreement.
"I have fully explained that I do not want a bargain and that we have achieved that we must get rid of the reverse of contract, and if Mr Tusk does not want to step down as Mr No-Deal Brexit, I also hope that this point is taken into account, "said Mr Johnson.
Mr Tusk stated that the EU would listen to all UK proposals on Brexit as long as they were "operational, realistic and acceptable to all EU Member States".