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21 July 2020

Implications for trade and producers

30 June 2020

A contraction in world trade, uncertain UK trading conditions, domestic consumers changing how they consume dairy and ever-challenging weather extremes. In this article we take a long-term view of what could shape the UK dairy industry over the coming years, and how to best equip ourselves to take advantage.

21 May 2020

Earlier this week the UK government announced the new Most Favoured Nation (MFN) tariff regime which will apply to all imports from countries who do not have a trade deal with the UK. For beef and lamb, the tariffs broadly mirror the level of the EU’s current Common External Tariffs.

27 March 2020

How changes to product standards could affect British agriculture

2 March 2020

What rules on regulations mean for UK trade policy

26 February 2020

Current proposals are for a tiered system targeted at different scales

3 February 2020

Food costs an average of £41.70 per person per week

21 January 2020

The bill now includes mentions of soil quality and livestock traceability

29 November 2019

Trade disruptions dampen global growth, affecting UK consumer confidence

1 November 2019

As the uncertainty surrounding Brexit continues, we attempt to clarify what the Prime Minister’s new deal is and what businesses should do now.

18 October 2019

In the case of a no-deal, the UK would be unable to export fresh potatoes into the EU until the UK is granted third country equivalency.

11 October 2019

After the UK has left the EU, immediate impact will be the application of export tariffs on processed potato products.

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