May reacts to different directions on trade
She added that the World Trade Organization must go further in its reforms.
“Too often our rhetoric in support of free trade here in Davos is not matched by our actions,” she said, as quoted by Reuters.
“The World Trade Organization still needs to go much further in its reforms, ensuring its rule book keeps pace with developments in the global economy.”
Trump recently canceled a trip to London for the opening of a new U.S. Embassy. Trump and May last year traded criticism over Trump’s retweets of a far-right group’s anti-Muslim videos. Earlier on Jan. 25, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the U.S. stands ready to negotiate an “attractive” trade deal with Britain once it leaves the European Union.