Trade Trade

UK pushes for steel tariff exemption to account for British exports to Northern Ireland

By Poppy Carnell
  • 26 Jan 2021 08:16
  • 26 Jan 2021 08:16
The UK is asking Brussels to increase its tariff-free quota on steel to account for British exports to Northern Ireland, according to a recent communication from the country's tax office to steel companies.
The letter also outlines how Northern Irish companies can now import steel without facing a 25 percent

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Poppy Carnell

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Poppy has been reporting for MLex since 2008, providing the latest coverage and in-depth analysis on various EU regulation. Since 2012 she has broken stories and given comment on trade defense matters, trade and investment agreements and commercial policy. Previously, she was reporting on energy policy and climate change negotiations.

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