Almost 50% of the UK’s international trade is with the other 27 countries of the EU. Businesses that trade directly or indirectly with EU countries will be affected by EU Exit and should plan for the impact on their operations. The EU Exit Effect
After leaving the EU, and after the implementation phase, which is expected to conclude on 31 December 2020,, customs procedures for trading with the other EU countries will fall in line with procedures for trading with the rest of the world. Post-EU Exit: Trading with the EU
Goods leaving the UK for an EU country will have to have an export declaration before they are cleared for export. Exports to the EU
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