The cost of trading in Northern Ireland is set to soar, post-Brexit – but claims that there will be food shortages have been dismissed as “scare-mongering”.
Director of the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium, Aodhan Connolly, last night warned that new customs requirements could cost retailers “tens of thousands of pounds per load”.
“Export health certificates all in cost around £200 and would be needed for every product of animal origin, with an …
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