The UK may have already left the EU, but talks between the two sides to secure a trade deal are still in deadlock – with both sides saying next month is the deadline to do a deal. That’s causing big uncertainty for businesses on both sides of the Channel, who could face cross-border tariffs that would make their products more expensive.
One of the countries set to be hit hardest by no deal on trade is Belgium – where leading economists claim thousands of jobs will be lost. And it would affect one of its most celebrated exports – as our Brussels Correspondent Nick Beake has been finding out.
Source: Nick Beake. More here