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EU would have "no alternatives" with UK on border control, mutual recognition

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The EU would have no alternative but to implement border inspections for the trade in live animals and food when the UK leaves the bloc, a Commission document reveals. It also states that there is no existing trade model that amounts to "mutual recognition of product standards, labelling of food or food ingredients”.
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