Bringing goods into Great Britain from outside the UK from 1 January 2021: Guidance has been issued on the allowances which mean that you can bring a certain amount of goods into Great Britain from outside the UK for your own use, without having to pay duty. For more information visit the GOV.UK website.

Duty suspensions and tariff quotas from 1 January 2021: Guidance on temporary duty suspensions and tariff quotas for importing goods into the UK has been issued. For more information visit the GOV.UK website.

Reporting sales of goods from Northern Ireland to the EU for VAT from 1 January 2021: Guidance has been issued on how to report supplies of goods from Northern Ireland to VAT-registered customers in an EU country using an EC Sales List. For more information visit the GOV.UK website.

Suspensions or reductions from Customs Duty for UK Trade Tariff from 1 January 2021: Guidance has been issued about the UK Trade Tariff temporary suspension or reduction of Customs Duty from 1 January 2021. For more information visit the GOV.UK website.

Movement Assistance Scheme: get help with moving agrifood goods to Northern Ireland: New support is available for traders and businesses through the Movement Assistance Scheme (MAS), to help them meet new requirements for moving animals, plants and associated products from Great Britain to Northern Ireland after the transition period ends. For more information, visit the GOV.UK.

UK Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) graduated goods: A notice has been published on graduated goods under the UK Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP). For more information, visit the GOV.UK.

HMRC newsletter on Community, Common Transit and Transport International Roturiers: HMRC have released another newsletter in their series. This edition covers Euro Exchange Rates. To view this, and previous editions, visit the GOV.UK website.

Ongoing customs movements and procedures at the end of the transition period: Information on what to do if you are moving goods or have goods in the customs procedures at the end of the transition period has been issued. To view this guidance, visit the GOV.UK

Transiting animals and animal products through Great Britain: Guidance with the rules to follow if you are moving animals or animal products from one third country to another third country and transiting Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), known as ‘landbridge’ movements has been issued. For more information, visit the GOV.UK website.

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

 

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