Brexit Concerns Increased 'Made in Italy' Exports To The UK In January: Coldiretti
Due to fears over Brexit, exports of 'Made in Italy' agrifood products to Great Britain increased by 17.3% in January, reaching a high of €243 million in just one month.
This emerges from an analysis by Italian farmers' association Coldiretti based on the latest Istat data on foreign trade.
According to Coldiretti, the increase in 'Made in Italy' exports is due to concerns over high agrifood tariffs that could affect trade between Italy and Great Britain after Brexit, leading British businesses to stock up on Italian products before 29 March.
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