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GOING GLOBAL


GOING GLOBAL


The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been engaging extensively with HMRC over recent months to suggest ways to minimise the disruption to international trade in the event of a no deal Brexit. The suggestions were based on feedback


from the 53 Chambers and thousands of members across the Accredited BCC Network. Following this engagement the Government


released a series of announcements to ease the flow of goods in a no-deal scenario. This included the introduction of transitional simplified procedures (TSP) for customs as a means of avoiding prolonged checks at the border and gridlock on the motorways in the event of a no deal. Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce


chief executive Paul Griffiths said the TSP arrangements were to be welcomed but urged


The Chamber’s INTERNATIONAL TRADE TEAM will help you navigate your way through all of the regulatory procedures and documents that you’ll need for successful international trading


MINIMISING BREXIT DISRUPTION


businesses to be alert to the new requirements. He said: “This is Government planning for


every eventuality, including a no deal scenario. Businesses are being advised that they should be similarly prepared for leaving the EU. “Once businesses are registered for TSP,


they will be able to transport goods from the EU into the UK without having to make a full customs declaration at the border and will be able to postpone paying any import duties. “These simplifications will be available for


an undefined time period, but 12 months’ notice will be given if changes are being made by government.” To stay up to date with the latest Brexit


information visit the Brexit pages in the International Trade and Representation sections of the Chamber’s website.


20 inbusiness APRIL/MAY 2019


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