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UK government likely to set trade tariffs at zero to counter food price inflation post-Brexit

Non-tariff barriers to trade would also add to overall costs

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In the case of a 'no-deal' Brexit, the UK is likely to set its import tariffs to zero on agricultural imports to rein in the food price inflation which will inevitably ensue after the withdrawal from the bloc, according to policy analysts.

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