This note provides some basic statistics on the UK's trade with the EU.
The U.K. risks failing to recruit the 50,000 customs agents the logistics industry says are needed before Britain’s final parting with the European Union, spelling potential chaos at the country’s busiest border.
Technical note on the implementation of the Protocol on Ireland / Northern Ireland - European Commission, Task Force for Relations with the Unite Kingdom 30/04/2020
This technical note was transmitted to theEuropean Parliament and Council on 30 April 2020. Published on the UKTF website on Thursday 30 April 2020
Market Access Map - Improving transparency in international trade and market access [trade database]
Identify customs tariffs, tariff rate quotas, trade remedies, regulatory requirements and preferential regimes applicable to your product.
Rules determining the country of origin of traded goods for the purpose of implementing the terms of a trade agreement re tariffs, quotas and remedies.
Firms 'won't be ready for EU customs exit' 17/04/2020
Businesses fear big hold-ups at the docks when the UK leaves the EU customs area because of untrained staff.
With the NHS under such exceptional pressure during the coronavirus crisis, it’s easy to overlook the fact that the UK’s Brexit transition period ends on December 31. Mark Dayan takes a closer look at how these two challenges for the health service might collide, and says there is a case to err on the side of caution.
UK fishermen started the year in buoyant mood believing EU quotas would soon be scrapped. But coronavirus has dampened spirits. With Europe — their biggest market — in lockdown, the industry faces oblivion.
While large multinationals may be able to ride out the economic turmoil on the horizon, some smaller firms have more to worry about.
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Find out what it may mean for New Zealand's primary industries.
If the UK keeps high standards it could ruin the chance of getting a trade deal with the US.
The United Kingdom (UK) risks losing up to 14 per cent of its exports to the European Union (EU) in a so-called “no-deal” Brexit, according to a new study by the UN Conference on Trade, Investment and Development (UNCTAD).
Brexit Beyond Tariffs: The role of non-tariff measures and the impact on developing countries 25/02/2020
Non-tariff measures (NTMs) could cause major fractures in post-exit trade relations between the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU), knocking up to US$32 billion, or 14 per cent, off of UK exports to the EU, according to a new UNCTAD study.
New UNCTAD estimates show that the United Kingdom risks losing up to 14% ($32 billion) of its exports to the EU [1 min] 25/02/2020
Financial services companies must accept EU regulations if they want access to continental markets post-Brexit, Barnier says 26/02/2020
Checks and controls on all UK exports to EU whether or not trade deal struck, says Brussels negotiator.
Senior ministers expected to sign off on the UK’s negotiating blueprint on Tuesday.
Sausage makers say they won’t be able to sell into EU after Brexit because government hasn't sorted certification 18/02/2020
The UK's famous sausages, from Cumberland to Lincolnshire, stand to suffer if the government doesn't act.
The U.K. is due to lose the ability to sell fresh sausages to the European Union after Brexit, a sign of the economic upheaval that comes from quitting the bloc’s single market.
British consumers face higher prices and reduced availability of goods if the government fails to agree pragmatic solutions with the European Union on regulatory checks at ports in any post-Brexit deal, the retail industry’s lobby group warned on Monday.