25 September 2020

UK Business Awareness Campaign for changes to occur after the transitional period

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The UK government has launched a new campaign to help all affected EU based businesses be prepared for the end of the transitional period.

Regardless of the outcome of the negotiations, the United Kingdom will leave the customs union and its single market on 31 December 2020, and there will be a number of definite changes for which such EU companies will have to tend to.

These communication efforts by the UK government strengthens its domestic campaign, which includes the steps that need to be taken by UK companies.

Priorities for groups, such as UK Embassies and High Commissions throughout Europe, is to work closely with their partners, companies and business associations, to assist in the preparation of EU companies for such changes, so that transactions with the United Kingdom can continue even after the end of the transitional period.

The campaign, titled "Keep Business Moving", offers EU businesses marketing with the United Kingdom an exclusive website. This website will provide information about the actions to pursue normal trade with the United Kingdom after the end of the year. You can visit the campaign’s website by clicking here.

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