Car makers push back over EU/UK battery deal
Car manufacturers are attempting to push back against the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) ...
As revealed earlier this year in The Loadstar, it seems UK hauliers may get some relief when the country leaves the European Union this month. This report from Air Cargo News notes that hauliers may be able to maintain “certain” operations across the Channel without permits, at least for the remaining nine months of 2019, in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The “likely” concession follows more than two years of intense lobbying by the FTA, which welcomed the decision, noting that the lack of available permits would “severely” limit market access.
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