DFDS dodged the "worst" outcome of the British deal with the EU

Ferry and freight operator DFDS, which gets 50 percent of its revenue from the British market, is very pleased with the trade agreement reached by the EU and Great Britain on Christmas Eve. An agreement reduces the harm done to the British economy, says CEO.

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DFDS is very pleased that the EU and Great Britain reached a trade agreement on Christmas Eve.

The deal means that the British and the EU member states can continue to do business without customs or quotas being added to goods flowing between the two parties.

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