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Welsh Business Updates: Trading With The EU

by Adam Howarth, Editor
Welsh Businesses And Trading With The EU

HM Revenue and Customs Resources for Traders

If your business trades goods with Europe or represents businesses who do, you’ll need to prepare for changes from 1st January 2021. In reality, trading rules will not change or go away and you need to take steps to trade under the new arrangements. “Welsh Businesses And Trading With The EU” will give you some pointers towards what you can to prepare for the change.

If you’re new to customs processes, you can familiarise yourself with them in the importing and exporting videos on HMRC’S YouTube channel. HMRC have also produced a trader checklist to help you prepare.

For further information, please visit the gov.uk website.

Why not visit the Business Wales EU Transition Portal? The portal provides important advice and guidance for businesses preparing for European transition.

HMRC Webinars – Help and support

The UK left the EU on 31st December 2020 and rules governing the EU and UK’s relationship took effect on 1st January 2021.

There are changes to the way UK businesses trade with the EU that may impact your business. Accordingly, the HMRC has produced some live webinars which provide an overview for UK businesses involved in the movement of goods between the EU and the UK. Find out what you need to know to keep importing and exporting. The webinars are offered several times.

Choose a date and time that works best for you. 

For further information on how to prepare your business for the new rules between the UK and the EU, please visit the Business Wales EU Transition Portal.

We hope you found this “Welsh Businesses And Trading With The EU” article useful. For more of our articles informing you about business and general updates from Business Wales, please click here.

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