British Chambers of Commerce has sought to ease uncertainty over Brexit by releasing a detailed ‘checklist’ document for businesses. The document covers a range of important contingency measures that UK businesses may need to take.

Since the vote to leave the European Union, the national Chamber network has advocated that firms across the country, whether directly or indirectly affected by UK withdrawal, should be preparing for all eventualities.

In terms of specifics within the checklist, UK importers and exporters are advised to consider or take action on eventualities including potential delays at the UK/EU border, customs checks on goods leaving or entering the UK, rules of origin certificates (currently not required within the EU), the introduction of import VAT and a review of existing contracts so that they remain viable once the UK leaves the EU.

Please click here to download your copy of the Brexit Checklist.

In addition, don't forget to join us on 12th July for our EDIC Summer Sizzle networking event, providing the perfect opportunity to network informally whilst enjoying refreshments and discussing all relevant policy and news relating to UK-EU negotiations. Click here to register your free place.

Last Updated: Tuesday, 17 July 2018 08:21

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