Lorries unload grain for export at a dock© Tim Scrivener
More than a bespoke customs deal is needed to ensure frictionless trade for agricultural exports after the UK leaves the EU, warns a report. A customs agreement is only half the story when reducing post-Brexit trade friction, argued the paper from the Institute for Government (IoG) think tank. Brexit will inevitably introduce friction to supply chains, said the document. See also: UK agriculture in precarious position on Brexit There is no model of a future or interim relationship after Brexit […]
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