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U.K. industry groups renewed calls for a trade-friendly Brexit settlement as Prime Minister Theresa May opened two years of negotiations on leaving the European Union after alarming some business leaders by signaling a clean break.

The Confederation of British Industry urged the government to guarantee the rights of EU workers already in the U.K. while negotiating the country’s departure from the bloc. Should it not be possible to reach an agreement on Britain’s relationship with the EU within two years, a transitional arrangement should be put in place, the business lobby said in comments that were echoed by Ford Motor Co.’s European arm.

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