Sky reports that two-thirds of UK exporters yet to take basic steps for no-deal Brexit


An overnight piece via Sky, 

  • Two-thirds of UK exporters, responsible for around 25% of trade with the European Union, have still not taken the most basic steps to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
  • 70,000 out of a possible 240,000 companies have registered

On the bright side:

  • HMRC stresses that the firms which have registered account for 75% of UK-EU trade by volume


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