UK logistics welcomes the 'end of the Irish Sea border'
UK logistics leaders have welcomed changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol contained in the ‘Windsor ...
The Bali package appears to be on its deathbed. World Trade Organisation measures were set to do away with a whole raft of customs procedures that generally appear to inhibit trade. Agility Logistics CEO Tarek Sultan believes the failure to ratify the proposals has effectively cost the global economy $1trn.
“There simply are too many obstacles to the flow of goods across borders – and they benefit no one. If you remove obvious barriers and take basic steps to improve efficiency in the trading system, you create growth, jobs and prosperity,” he said.
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