Brexit priorities for British ports

Richard Ballantyne: "As the UK moves towards beginning negotiations on the terms of Brexit, it is vital that trade facilitation is given the highest priority"

Following the signature of Article 50 which triggers the UK’s exit from the EU, UK ports are calling for trade facilitation, infrastructure investment and hinterland connectivity to be central pillars of the Brexit agreement.

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