UK FOOD COMPANIES EXPORTING TO EU FACE RISKS OF PAYING DUTIES IF BREXIT FOLLOWED THROUGH

Branded food manufacturers based in Britain face a risk that their exports to the European Union (EU) will attract duties now the UK government has confirmed it will push ahead with leaving the EU following the June 23 Brexit referendum result. These could be imposed after the two years of mandated talks on a future relationship with the EU following a UK decision to trigger Article 50 under the Treaty on European Union. If Britain then refuses to allow free movement of EU workers into its economy following talks with the EU on a future relationship, it will ...


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