Warning over post-Brexit tariffs for cereal growers



The possibility of UK wheat and barley heading into Europe facing a tariff in a post-Brexit world has been raised this week by a leading market analyst.
Speaking in London, Jack Watts of AHDB Cereals said he did not wish to scaremonger but it was possible that cereals grown in this country and heading into Europe could in future carry tariffs – while at the same time wheat grown in Ukraine could be exported to the EU without any such trade barriers.
Last year, the UK exported some 2.8 million tonnes of wheat. Around 80 per cent of that tonnage went into the EU with the major buyers being... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Scotsman
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