2020 Brexit survival guide
The UK’s departure from the EU on 31 January 2020 sets off an 11-month transition period when it still remains within the EU VAT regime, Customs Union and Single Market. During this time, the UK and EU will seek to strike a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to set future customs, regulations and trade relations. Beyond 31 December 2020, the UK could be forces into a ‘no trade-deal’ Brexit, which means full tariffs and customs obligations.
- What changes in 2020?
- How will Northern Ireland’s special status work?
- Brexit preparation checklist for 2021
- What changes for VAT, tariffs and customs duties?
- What will the FTA look like given the short negotiating period?
- Practical measures to reduce trade friction