Brexit uncertainty continues, New Zealand prepared for all eventualities
If you’ve followed the news this week you’ll have seen that uncertainty is continuing over Brexit and when, if at all, the UK will leave the European Union and under what conditions.
B+LNZ and MIA reiterate importance of maintaining current market access into the EU and UK
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and the Meat Industry Association reiterate the importance of at least maintaining the quality and quantity of current market access into the European Union and the United Kingdom, following the UK triggering of Article 50.
Opening the farm gate
Central South Island Director Bill Wright reflects on the effects of Brexit on lamb values and the importance of being proactive regarding environmental legislation.
New Zealand farming leaders check in on Brexit
Britain’s arrangements for leaving the European Union (EU) by the summer of 2019 and progress towards an EU-NZ Free Trade Agreement, will be on the agenda when Beef + Lamb New Zealand meets British and EU farming representatives during a northern hemisphere visit.
Brexit happened, but what now?
B+LNZ Director Kirsten Bryant enjoys a working 'holiday' with her family on the farm – but with one eye on beef and lamb export markets, as Brexit unfolds.
Brexit has major implications for the New Zealand sheep and beef industry
Beef + Lamb New Zealand and the Meat Industry Association of New Zealand are concerned about the future of New Zealand’s sheep and beef exports to the UK and the EU following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
Not just the UK to worry about with Brexit
Beef + Lamb New Zealand says those who think Brexit won’t have an impact on trade because the United Kingdom (UK) only takes 2% of New Zealand’s exports, are missing the point, it’s the whole of the European trade we should be looking at.