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The freefall of the pound since the referendum vote 12 months ago has been something of a lifeline for British farmers.  However, this “Brexit boost” could be short-lived and businesses should prepare.  The pound’s 30-year low has helped farmers reeling after three years of low commodity prices, by making UK exports more competitive and 2016 BPS payments worth 19% more than 2015 (see “Outputs” and “Inputs” below for more).  But the “double-edged sword”, says Anand Dossa, economist at the NFU, […]
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