As you will know the World Trade Organisation had a large meeting in 1996 where they made great strides to increase worldwide trading and to reduce tariffs where possible. The average tariff paid outside the EU into it is roughly 1.76% these days and there are 50 countries for whom no tariff is payable. Under normal WTO rules you cannot apply tariffs where there were none before, only exception is where countries are dumping excesses, like the Chinese and their cheap steel at present. The… Read More
I think it would take a couple of years of negotiations before we actually split away completely. By then, Wolf will be well in profit. Any EU tariffs imposed will not affect most people on here by then anyway.
At least if we vote to leave it will be our country again to make a success of or not depending on what government we elect. Our country, our future, our vote. Hope is stronger than fear. If we didn't have hope we wouldn't be invested in Wolf.
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