Brexit Helpline by the Chamber of Commerce
Is your business impacted by Brexit?
The Chamber of Commerce is here for you.
Trade of goods and services
Since January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom is considered a third country in its relationship with the European Union. A range of new rules in terms of import-export of goods and supply of services are applicable. It is imperative that Luxembourg companies doing business in the UK are prepared for these changes.
You will find on the following links information about the changes in terms of trade of goods and services with the United Kingdom.
- The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement EXPLAINED
- Questions & Answers: EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
- Product-by-product information on tariffs & taxes, customs procedures, rules of origin, trade barriers and product requirements, on the “Access2Markets” portal of the European Commission
- “Import and Export of goods” section, on the Guichet.lu website
- Collection of information to export to the United Kingdom, “Trading with the UK as an overseas exporter”, on the United Kingdom government website
- Post-Brexit procedures, controls, processing, and traffic flow in / to Belgian seaports