Two years ago, the euro was trading against the pound at €1.15:£1, making for a healthy UK export trade. In just 24 months the picture has shifted drastically and today the exchange rate stands at closer to €1.43:£1. While that strengthening of the pound might be a boon for holidaymakers and anyone bringing in items from the Continent, it has had a major impact on exports, not least in the farm machinery trade. For years Britain’s agricultural equipment industry has […]