Australia’s trade minister says UK’s plan to share quotas for goods on low or zero tariffs with EU will hurt choice available to exporters

Plans by the UK and European Union to share quotas for cheap food imports after Brexit have come under fire from Australia.

Restrictions on how many products can be imported into the EU on favourable rates are set across the bloc and concerns have been raised internationally that exporters could take a financial hit when the UK quits.

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