UK on course to drop from Germany’s top 10 trading partners

“More and more small and medium-sized companies are ceasing to trade (in Britain) because of these hurdles,” said Michael Schmidt, president of the British Chamber of Commerce in Germany. They “simply can’t afford the extra burden of keeping up to date and complying with all the kicked-in customs rules such as health certificates for cheese and other fresh products”.

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