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UK ports welcome Brexit plans but warn of disruption

The government’s second batch of technical notices explaining how to deal with a no-deal Brexit received a warm welcome from the BPA and UKMPG. But only as a precautionary measure for a worst-case scenario. Their goal is still to avoid friction in trade as ro-ro ports in particular face disruption risks

BPA and UKMPG support the government preparing for the case of a no-deal Brexit but warn against trade barriers

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