Preparing for the EU exit
With the UK set to leave the EU Customs Union and Single Market on 31 December 2020, businesses must take action now to prepare.
As we near the end of the transition period with the European Union (EU), businesses need to focus on practical considerations, cope with new rules and limit any disruption that could affect them.
Those businesses that do this should be in a stronger position to take advantage of the opportunities the EU exit offers.
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