Post-Brexit frictions for businesses
Businesses are being urged to prepare for certain post-Brexit challenges when trading.
Following the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), many businesses trading with the EU are facing new frictions and restrictions that could increase their costs.
Although under the TCA there are no tariffs or quotas on the movement of goods produced between the UK and the EU (where goods meet the relevant rules of origin), businesses will have to manage new requirements and processes in trading with the EU and Northern Ireland.
As a result, businesses are being urged to prepare as much as they can for these post-Brexit challenges when trading.
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