Following the signing of the UK – EU Free Trade Agreement, there are new rules for Scottish businesses which came into force on 1 January 2021 which require immediate action.
Information is available to help companies in Scotland understand what the UK’s exit from the EU means for them at Prepareforbrexit.scot
There are links below to documents explaining the actions that organisations must take to ensure they are compliant with the new rules which have just come into force. You can also use a checker tool which will ask you questions about your business and provide all the information you need to be aware of.
NEW Rules of Origin Information released
Rules of Origin determine the ‘economic nationality’ of a good. They are a standard part of free trade agreements (FTAs). Rules of Origin in the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement ensure that only goods produced in the UK or EU benefit from the zero-tariff agreement. Different goods must comply with different rules. This presentation sets out the types of rules products may need to comply with as well as the documentation required to comply.
Click on the boxes below for links to the latest government advice.
An overview of key actions organisations must take to ensure they are compliant with the new rules. Plus supporting guidance, helpline numbers and FAQs.
Top 5 actions for sectors like auto, aerospace, chemical, consumer goods, construction, life science, electronics, materials, machinery, retail and more.
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