US pork exporters set sights on post-Brexit UK

Prospects of closer trade relations with post-Brexit UK have been welcomed by US pork exporters, who sense the opportunity to make inroads in a market currently tied up by European suppliers.

Followingthe recent visit to Washington DC by British Prime Minister Theresa May, the USNational Pork Producers Council (NPPC) urged the Trump administration to begintalks as soon as possible.

Whilethe UK cannot negotiate bilateral trade deals until it

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