Brexit: supply and customers

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Even if you don't do business with the UK yourself, your suppliers may. Brexit may still have an impact on your business. Identify who your suppliers are, and whether they depend on companies in the United Kingdom to provide their products or services.

This information is based on the agreement between the EU and the UK.

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Brexit and preferential origin: avoid paying import duties

Do you trade with the UK and would you rather not pay import duties on your products? Then it is important for you to see how you can make use of the agreements made by the EU and the UK. Read more.

Q&A about the Brexit

There is an extensive Q&A about the Brexit Trade Agreement available on the website of the European Commission. It explains what the new rules mean for different sectors, such as trade in goods, fisheries and road transport. There are nine chapters in total and you can search per sector. At the top you can choose your language. You can find answers to questions such as: What was agreed to facilitate trade in automotive? How does the Agreement contribute to trade and sustainable development? Will air carriers still have the same rights to operate between and within the EU and the UK? Note that this Q&A was published in December 2020 and therefore speaks of a draft agreement.

Questions relating to this article?

Please contact the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce, KVK

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