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UK famers to lose out from Brexit - so stockmarket says

Shares in UK agriculture groups have underperformed notably since the UK voted to leave the EU. Does this reflect subsidy fears?

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UK famers to lose out from Brexit - so stockmarket says

Shares in UK agriculture groups have underperformed notably since the UK voted to leave the EU. Does this reflect subsidy fears?

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