Post-Brexit import charges threaten UK businesses selling to EU
CGTN Europe • 2m 25s
After all the dramatic negotiations, the UK/EU trade deal ended up being a fairly unremarkable document broadly in line with any other free trade agreement across the world.
But that, to businesses established in the last 40 years of a single market and used to functioning without UK-EU import charges, can still be quite a shock.
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