Currency upheaval leaves exporters in buoyant mood



Scottish meat exporters were in upbeat mood yesterday at SIAL – one of the world’s largest and most influential food fairs – with recent swings in currency helping their sales efforts.
Speaking from the fair outside Paris, Frank Clarke from McIntosh Donald – one of the 11 Scottish firms using the Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) stand – reported more interest from buyers.
“The change in currency values since Brexit has produced more interest, both from existing customers and from potentially new ones,” he stated.
His company currently sell beef and lamb into Italy, France, Belgium and the... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Business, Views: 45
Source: Scotsman
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