soybeans and corn in the USA© Design Pics Inc/Rex/Shutterstock
Government negotiators have been advised not to rush into a quick free-trade deal with the USA after Brexit. MPs have pointed out that trade-offs will have to be made, and that this could adversely affect agriculture and manufacturing. The warning comes in a report published on Tuesday 1 May from the International Trade Committee, made up of cross-party MPs, which says that food will be one of the priority areas for US negotiators seeking greater market access to the UK. […]
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