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How to Prepare for Brexit

Useful information to help your business prepare for Brexit

Overview

On December 31, 2020, the UK will conclude its transition out of the EU single market and customs union, losing its current unfettered access. As of September 2020, the UK is still negotiating the terms of trade that will govern its economic relationship with the EU following the end of the transition period – including market access and determination of regulatory equivalence in financial and services industries.


HM Government UK Transition – The Border with the European Union


UK Government (HMG) Brexit Resources

EU Brexit Resources

Resources from ITA Strategic Partners

The International Trade Administration (ITA) Strategic Partnership Program entails working with trade associations, private corporations, chambers of commerce, government entities, and other organizations that share ITA’s goals and objectives. As a result, ITA is better able to achieve its mission of enhancing America’s global competitiveness.

Some of ITA Strategic Partners have put together useful information and articles on how to help business prepare for Brexit:

CS UK Business Service Providers (BSP) Directory

The BSP directory is designed to help U.S. companies identify professional service providers to assist them in the assessment, completion, and/or financing of an export transaction.

Our BSP clients are also a good resource for Brexit information and its impact on doing business in the UK: CS UK BSP Directory.

Contact Information

Please contact Office.London@trade.gov if you have questions or are seeking additional information.


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