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Hard Brexit would cost agri-food exporters £9 billion per year, study claims

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The agri-food sector is one of the five industries that would be the most heavily impacted by a ‘hard Brexit’, as additional tariffs and non-tariff barriers could cost UK and EU exporters around £3 billion and £6 billion per year respectively, according to a new study.


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