Trade with France bounces back to pre-Brexit levels

The Daily Telegraph
Friday, April 9, 2021
Trade between the UK and France has recovered steadily and was “close to normal” during March, according to analysis by French customs officials. After dropping to 80pc of pre-virus levels at the start of the year as Britain’s new trading relationship with the EU came into effect, imports from the UK were at 107pc of reference levels, once the continued effects of the pandemic were taken into account, with exports at 96pc. The figures will raise hopes that UK trade is on track for a swift recovery after a severe fall during January as businesses got to grips with new customs arrangements.
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