The British Chambers of Commerce has published a critical update of its Brexit guidance dashboard containing 26 key questions that remain unanswered with just 98 days to go until the end of the Brexit transition period.
It is estimated that customs declarations could rise annually from 55 million to circa 300 million from January 2021 when the UK leaves the single market.
Commenting on the announcement that the UK and Japan have secured a free trade agreement, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
This autumn Fragomen’s UK offices will hold an immigration school for school leavers who collected their A-Levels this month and are interested in immigration or a career in law.
Responding to today's announcements of £200m for a new Trader Support Service the BCC’s Director of Trade Facilitation Liam Smyth said:
The UK left the European Union on 31st January 2020, and the transition period comes to an end in December this year. It is vital that businesses take action now to get ready for a new border operating environment from 1st January 2021.
Sheffield Chamber is delighted to announce a new partnership with leading foreign exchange experts moneycorp, to provide better financial support to businesses trading overseas.