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Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit Update W/E 30th August

02 September 2020
Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit Update W/E 30th August. UK government sets up 11 trade advisory groups.

Brexit Developments

UK government sets up 11 trade advisory groups: International Development Secretary Liz Truss has launched 11 new sector specific trade advisory groups to help inform the government’s negotiating position and deliver key industry asks that benefit the whole of the UK, including securing new market access on products like ceramics, cars, steel and beef, and agreeing cutting-edge digital trade rules. The advisory groups will cover Agri-Food, Automotive, Aerospace and Marine British Manufacturing and Consumer Goods, Investment, Life Sciences, Tech and Telecoms, Chemicals, Financial Services, Professional Advisory Services, Transport Services, Creative Industries. View > View >

DEFRA announce extension to use of traces scheme: The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs has announced that new import requirements for products of animal origin will not apply until 1 April 2021 and extended the availability of the traces database system beyond 7 September. View >

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