Economist examines Brexit impact on meat trade: Podcast

Most immediate concern of Brexit is effect on global currencies.

With voters in the U.K. choosing to leave the European Union, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) economist Erin Borror recently discussed the near-term and longer-term impact of the so-called “Brexit” referendum on global meat trade.

Borror explained that the meat industry’s most immediate concern is the effect on currencies, with the U.S. dollar and Japanese yen strengthening, the euro losing momentum and the British pound significantly weakening. She said most of the U.K.’s beef

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