Spain’s Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, emphasized that the Brexit agreement means avoiding tariffs on Spanish agricultural exports and avoiding the loss of market share.
Luis Planas paid an official visit to Murcia. He emphasized in Murcia that “due to the “great efforts” made to all public sectors and departments, “everything is ready and exports to the United Kingdom (UK) can function normally.” He emphasized that the UK The Brexit agreement means avoiding tariffs on Spanish agricultural exports and losing market share. These tariffs total about 950 million euros, almost a quarter of Spain’s annual exports to the UK of 4 billion euros.
In this regard, Luis Planas emphasized that the government has been working hard to maintain the simplification of export production and speed up its production at any time by supporting compliance procedures (phytosanitary certificates will take effect on April 1st).