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Business Wales Brexit


Exiting the EU

The UK left the EU on 31 January. The UK has now entered a transition period which will last until 31 December 2020. The transition period was agreed to allow the UK and the EU to agree a deal on their future relationship. 

During this period the majority of the current EU rules and trading arrangements remain in place with no significant changes in most areas. The current rules on trading with the EU will remain, as will the right to travel without visas to other EU countries.

Keep up to date with the actions your business could take by visiting our Support page.
Click here to find out more about the Welsh Government is doing to prepare to leave the EU.

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Open to new markets? You business could benefit from exporting; trading across several markets can increase your business competitiveness.

The Development Bank of Wales is a unique lender to businesses in Wales. It has been set up by the Welsh Government to support the economy of Wales by making it easier for businesses to get the finance they need to start up, strengthen and grow.