Tariffs

NI farmers still face tariffs on importing feed post-Brexit – Chestnutt

NI farmers still face tariffs on importing feed post-Brexit – Chestnutt

Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU) president Victor Chestnutt has warned that farmers in Northern Ireland are facing tariffs for importing feed...

January 7, 2021

‘No-deal’ Brexit could lead to 4% increase in fruit and veg prices in the UK

‘No-deal’ Brexit could lead to 4% increase in fruit and veg prices in the UK

A ‘no-deal’ Brexit could result in a 4% average increase in the cost of fruit and vegetables in the UK,...

December 3, 2020

Prospects for UK mozzarella cheese production could be dampened

Prospects for UK mozzarella cheese production could be dampened

According to AHDB Dairy, mozzarella cheese manufacturers could come under pressure in the event of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit. In such...

April 23, 2019

Map: What impact will no-deal tariffs have on UK farmers?

Map: What impact will no-deal tariffs have on UK farmers?

UK farmers have expressed some relief to the extension to Article 50 granted by the EU – but have underlined...

March 22, 2019

No-deal tariffs propose turning NI into ‘smuggler’s fantasy’

No-deal tariffs propose turning NI into ‘smuggler’s fantasy’

The UK government has been urged to “see the sheer foolishness” of its newly-proposed tariff regime in the event of...

March 14, 2019

British meat exports to the EU could face tariffs of 26% post-Brexit

British meat exports to the EU could face tariffs of 26% post-Brexit

British meat exports to the EU single market will face sizeable tariffs if the UK fails to negotiate a trade...

July 10, 2017

‘A soft Brexit will be incredibly difficult to achieve’

‘A soft Brexit will be incredibly difficult to achieve’

A soft Brexit will be incredibly difficult to achieve, economist Jim Power told a meeting of the Oireachtas Joint Committee...

December 18, 2016