Department for International Trade confirm preferential tariff rates on UK exports to Chile

21st January 2021

The Department for International Trade have confirm that, as of 12 January 2021, preferential tariff rates on UK exports to Chile, as set out in the agreement, are being applied.

For goods imported to Chile from the UK between 1 January 2021 and 12 January 2021, preferences are being applied retrospectively. Businesses can claim back any additional tariffs paid since 1 January 2021 from the Government of Chile. The Government of Chile has issued guidance on this rebate scheme (Chapters III and IV).

EUR1’s can be issued going forward to claim preference.

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