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Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up 18 August

22 August 2019
Brexit Flags
Retail, Food, and Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 18 August: DIT no deal Brexit guidance, BEIS Brexit guidance, and UK participation in the EU working groups.

Brexit Developments

DIT publish no deal Brexit guidance: The Department for International Trade has issued guidance as follows:

  • Bidding for overseas contracts. View >
  • Status of trade agreements with third countries. View >
  • Trading under World Trade Organisation rules. View >
  • Importing from and exporting to EU countries. View >

The British Chambers of Commerce have urged businesses to obtain EORI number to enable them to import and export with the EU. View >


BEIS publish no deal Brexit guidance: The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has published guidance as follows:

  • Textile labelling. View >
  • Footwear labelling. View >
  • Consumer rights in EU trading. View >

UK participation in EU working groups and meetings: The Scottish Government has called on the UK Government to continue participation in influential EU meetings. View >


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