Shipping companies in the United States are starting to feel the impact of Brexit.
They’re getting ready to stop shipping merchandise, which they’ve been shipping since the end of March, to the United Kingdom, where the United Nations is scheduled to convene in 2019.
The US has been sending more than $7 trillion of goods to the UK every year, and that number will soon drop to $4 trillion, according to the US Commerce Department.
That’s because American exporters are now concerned that a deal to reduce tariffs on goods from the EU would make their products more expensive to import.
This will make it more difficult for them to import goods to Europe, a phenomenon known as “dumping.”
This will mean that American expats won’t be able to ship their products to Europe as easily.
According to the European Union, some European countries have been dumping goods to their American customers for months, and some of those countries are currently on the brink of doing so.
It’s the most drastic form of dumping since the 1980s.
In the meantime, the European Commission has started an investigation into the issue, which could result in penalties of up to $15 billion.
“The European Commission is not satisfied with the results of the preliminary investigations,” said the EU’s Trade Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici.
“We need to do more, to get closer to an agreement,” he added.
The EU is also working on legislation to address dumping.
The EU Commission is also looking at the possibility of establishing a customs union in the EU, similar to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which has the same goal as the United Arab Emirates.
The European Union has agreed to hold an “emergency” summit on March 22 to discuss the issue.