If you run an EU-based business, you need to check the new rules and prepare for the changes so that you can continue trading with the UK from January 2021.
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Rules are changing and there will be border requirements placed on the movement of goods between the EU and UK. Find out more about how the border with the UK will work.
Make sure you talk to your trading partners in the UK to agree responsibilities and have the correct paperwork for the type of goods you are trading with counterparts in the UK. Ensure you have completed the necessary border requirements.
If you sell agri-food products to the UK, your business may need to:
There will be no substantive change for the movement of goods between Northern Ireland and EU Member States, including Ireland.
Make sure you understand the new rules for paying import VAT on parcels you send to UK buyers.
Check how to claim VAT refunds on goods and services you buy from the UK from 1 January 2021.
Your business may need to make some changes to allow you to continue to share personal data with businesses or other organisations in the UK. Be prepared on data protection and data transfers.
Your business might be affected by the changes from 1 January 2021. There may be new rules if:
Check the regulations for the UK, including visa requirements, and understand how changes could affect your business.
Due to the absence of harmonized rules, cross-border migrations have a long history of jurisprudence within the EU. Directive 2019/2121 aims at creating a common legal framework for EU cross-border conversions and divisions.
It is with great regret and deep sadness that we give notice of the death of Jacques Loesch, the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg's Honorary Chairman, dear friend and valued colleague. Jacques passed away on September 5th.