The Department for International Trade has sent through further guidance with a view to getting businesses ready to export post-Brexit.
A step-by-step guide has been released with a view to ensuring businesses will continue to be able to send goods from the UK to the EU.
A Brexit imports and exports helpline has also been launched, offering advice on:
- customs declarations and procedures
- duties and tariffs
- importing and exporting different goods
- transporting goods to and from the EU
- product safety regulations
A guide to WTO Tariffs has also been created for use in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit, where the UK would leave without having negotiated any trade agreements with the European Union or any other country.
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