Brexit entered into force on January 1, 2021. The United Kingdom is now considered by the European Union members as a third country and will therefore be subject to new trade exchange rules having implications on border crossing of goods and on service delivery, as well as the rules for establishing a business in the United Kingdom.
In practice no customs duties are applied on products of EU origin which are exported to the United Kingdom, and the EU does not impose taxation on the entry of products of UK origin imported into the Union as long as these products meet the requirements of the rules of origin.
The practical implications for your exports will be explained in a separate document which will be published shortly on this website.
Financial incentives for exporters after Brexit
Once the United Kingdom has officially left the European Union, it will be covered by funding for non-EU prospecting. Discover financial incentives for exporters! Consultancy support is also available (e.g. legal advice).
In its capacity as the Brussels Agency for Business Support, hub.brussels is following the negotiations closely.
visit the following links
- How to prepare for Brexit as of 1 January 2021
- Business Scan
- Useful information on the sanitary and phytosanitary conditions for import and export
- For customs formalities you can call the Brexit call centre of the General Administration of Customs and Excise on 02 575 55 55
- Watch the webinars of hub.brussels concerning the export of goods and services beyond Brexit.
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