How businesses are coping with Brexit #TheAgenda
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Trade is down between the EU and UK since Brexit with freight volumes falling 40 percent in January compared to the previous year but Eurochambres CEO Ben Butters says companies need to adapt.
James Sibley, head of international affairs at the UK's Federation of Small Businesses, said: “The big concern for us at the moment are those small firms who are now faced with the new requirements on paperwork will be put off from exporting."
Find out more on The Agenda with Stephen Cole.
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