Brexit: UK ceramics sector wary of repercussions

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Monday, 27 June 2016

UK-based ceramic operators listed export tariffs, bureaucracy costs and regulation vacuum as potential hurdles that Brexit may bring about in the long term, and are wary of insufficient governmental interest in fighting their corner when designing new trade deals.

The UK ceramics industry is concerned about how the recent vote in favour of Brexit may affect its trade relationship with Europe, which takes half of British ceramics exports.

Following the outcome of last week’s referendum on the UK’s EU membership, when a small majority of votes gave victory to...

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