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‘Norwegian Model’ creates stable farm prices - but UK is ‘unlikely’ to follow it post-Brexit

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Norway’s farm trading relationship with the EU could work for the UK but only if the British government is willing to regulate farm prices post-Brexit and encourage the country’s producers to increase their share of the home market at the expense of export earnings.

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