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UK to scrap up to 90% of tariffs after no-deal Brexit, exempting some agri-food products

Measure aims to ease food price inflation

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The UK Government intends to scrap most of the duties on imported goods if it leaves the EU without a deal, but would keep them for some sensitive agri-food products, new reports indicate.

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