Jamie has had to close some of his restaurants citing the high cost of produce etc. The weakening pound has pushed up the cost of imported goods driven (in large part) over Brexit concerns. He is still a tosser though.
Australian car manufacturers were propped up by government subsidies for years, pretty much the last decade. People didn't want to buy Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons (6/ 8 cylinder) anymore so the car makers went cap in hand to the govt. The consumer paid for it in higher car prices.
I suppose every cloud has a silver lining. That the TPP is dead is good news for NZ, amongst others. Our lick-spittle Govt signed up as fast as they could and promised us US copyright laws and multi-nationals not answerable to national Courts. Awesome.
After seeing what Australia got from a supposed 'free-trade' agreement with the US a few years ago did not engender confidence. Aussie could not have wheat included and they are one of the major world producers. Naturally our primary produce (sheepmeat / beef etc.) did not get a look in from the TPP either.
There will now be renewed interest in what the Chinese have to offer with their version. However, Trump is still a f***wit.