Brexit: British export business could potentially grind to a halt
Brexit may require more on the side of exporters
The UK government to its chagrin finds that the nation doesn't have the correct pallets to keep sending out products to the European Union in the event that it crashes out without an agreement one month from now.
Under strict European Union tenets, pallets touching base from non-part nations must be heat-treated or cleaned to avoid pollution, and set apart to affirm they meet a progression of EU rules.
At the present time, British exporters don't adjust to these standards implying that British export business could possibly come to a standstill one month from now in case of a no-deal Brexit.
In another report, leaders in the UK's food and drink industry have cautioned that one-in-eight organizations could leave business if the UK leaves the EU without a Withdrawal Agreement and defaults to World Trade Organization rules.