Valencia cries foul over UK import duty on citrus fruits


The Valencia government is up in arms over a proposal by the UK to apply large taxes to Spanish citrus fruits which are exported to Britain from January 1, 2021.

Councillor for agriculture Mireia Mollà today called for the Spanish government to intervene ‘following the announcement that the UK will levy import duty’ on the fruits.

Sra Mollà voiced her ‘indignation, worry and rejection’ over the measure.

Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca News – available from supermarkets, tobacconists/newspaper shops and online at

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