Commenting on the government’s publication of further details on the UK points-based immigration system, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
The UK government has provided guidelines for how importers and exporters can prepare for new trade rules once the UK has left the Single Market and EU Customs Union.
Commenting on the government’s new proposed processes for moving goods from the UK to the EU from January 1st 2021, published today, BCC Director General Dr Adam Marshall said:
Following a meeting with the Withdrawal Joint Committee (WJC), the UK has formally notified the EU that it will neither accept nor seek any extension to the transition period.
Commenting on the publication of the UK Global Tariff that will apply to imported goods from 1 January 2021, BCC director general Adam Marshall said:
Free Movement is ending at the end of 2020 and the UK government has published a Policy Statement outlining its plans for the new immigration system to take effect from the beginning of 2021.
A recent assessment of Documentation demand from the BCC indicates that demand for certificates of origin and preferential trade certificates has dropped by between 25-30% since the start of lockdown on 23rd March.