LONDON (Reuters) – Sweetcorn from Thailand and tinned mandarins from China are among the goods Britain will scrap higher tariffs on after it leaves the European Union, the British government said on Monday.
Trade minister Liam Fox said Britain would transition into British law 43 trade remedies measures that currently apply to imports from outside the EU, and would scrap a further 66 which were designed to protect EU producers from unfair competition.
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“The decision on whether to maintain measures was based on whether those measures mattered to the UK. We are scrapping measures that don’t significantly benefit British businesses and this will...
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