Lorries waiting to unload grain © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
Leaving the European Single Market will expose UK agriculture to all manner of non-tariff barriers to trade, pushing up the cost of doing business – with or without a free-trade deal. Addressing the recent Egg and Poultry Industry Conference in South Wales on Monday (30 October), independent economist Sean Rickard, explained that existing free-trade agreements between the EU and other partners only covered tariffs. See also: What are the prospects for the UK meat industry post-Brexit? “You can move tariffs […]
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