PIGS will fly as Japan slashes punishing import taxes on UK bacon to seal an imminent trade deal.
The countries are poised to ink Britain’s historic first post-Brexit free trade accord, topping the one signed with the EU last year.
Japanese minister Toshimitsu Motegi will hold talks with Trade Secretary Liz Truss tomorrow in London with the deal in sight.
HOAR understands the agreement will wipe out tariffs on British luxury leather goods that are blighted by 30 per cent tariffs.
UK carmakers are expected to benefit from cheaper costs when buying parts from Japan and Brits will get cheaper electronic goods.
Japan is very protective of its pork industry and agreed to reduce tariffs on imports only within 12 years with the Brussels deal.