EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement – A new relationship, with big changes

Major changes are about to take place in EU-UK trade on 1 January. Click here for the EU summary of what you need to know. One critical point is that in order to qualify for tariff-free access, GB goods will need to meet Rules of Origin requirements. And N Ireland will remain part of the EU Single Market and Customs Union after Brexit on 1 January 2021, whilst Great Britain will have left.  Join Ready for Brexit now to find the detailed support you need for the future.

 

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How Ready for Brexit
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  • We can help you redesign your business model and survive Brexit
  • Our consulting team have personal experience of operating before the Single Market and Customs Union
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