Europe’s key ports issue ‘no-deal’ Brexit warning
Europe’s two biggest container ports handle around 55 million tonnes of UK trade-related cargo annually. With time running out, and the UK government issuing advice on a no-deal Brexit future, Rotterdam and Antwerp are lobbying at home and abroad to avert the worst-case scenario.
The two ports fear fresh produce trade will be particularly hit when customs checks and tariffs kick in in the event of a no-deal Brexit
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