UK to cut import taxes from some of world's poorest countries

The UK is to cut import taxes on hundreds more products from some of the world's poorest countries to boost trade links.
The Developing Countries Trading Scheme comes into force in January and builds on a scheme the UK was first part of while a member of the European Union.
Goods such as clothes, shoes and foods not widely produced in the UK will benefit from lower or zero tariffs.
The scheme covers 65 developing countries.

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