Business or advised to contact the Irish government on the preparation for the online British exit from the EU

  • Business or advised to contact the Irish government on the preparation for the online British exit from the EU
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    Businesses were encouraged to start preparing for no-Internet-leaving the UK through the acquisition of logistics software and consulting customs brokers to help with any new trade rules.
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Businesses were encouraged to start preparing for no-Internet-leaving the UK through the acquisition of logistics software and consulting customs brokers to help with any new trade rules.

Firms that export and import from the EU, may also have to apply for licenses to continue to do so.

In Northern Ireland, businesses that trade in the earth Republic was told to contact the Irish government on the preparation they may need to do as Ministers were “indicated that they should discuss measures in case of no deal with the European Commission”.

This Council is part of a nine-page “trade with the EU, if there is no online British exit from the EU” technical notice – one of a raft of documents published on the quarter and the month of the consulting division business and the public on what they should do to prepare for a no-Internet scenario.

The document States: “business should now consider the impact of the Internet scenario, that would mean the requirement to apply the same customs and excise rules for goods with the EU, which apply to goods sold outside the EU, including the requirement to submit customs declarations.

“Companies should consider whether they can purchase the software and / or participation of a customs broker, freight forwarder or logistics provider to support these new requirements.”

The notice adds: “the involvement of a customs broker or acquisition of appropriate software and permissions from HTC will cost”.

The trade in Northern Ireland, the white paper States that the government is ready for “constructive cooperation” to act in the interests of the people of Northern Ireland to the Internet.

However, the Ministry has urged businesses in Northern Ireland to contact the Irish government for advice, saying: “the Irish government has indicated that they should discuss measures in case no deal with the European Commission and member States of the EU.

“We recommend that if you trade via land border, you should consider whether you need advice from the Irish government on the preparation you need to do.”

The paper concludes that the government “will provide further information on actions to take to prepare for this scenario in the coming months.”

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