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“However, these issues cannot be addressed by the UK acting alone. It is therefore vital that negotiators on both sides work together to agree solutions that prevent any unnecessary disruption and additional costs for customers in both the EU and UK.”. ADAM MARSHALL, BRITISH CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE DIRECTOR GENERAL. “The stark reality is that in a ‘no deal’ scenario, it appears that the government’s intention is to impose full-blown customs controls on trade between the EU and the UK immediately .. Given well-publicised concerns surrounding the capacity and readiness of UK customs systems, we question whether this outcome is realistic.”.
“This is a welcome step from the government, though not before time.”, “Further detail on what steps the government would take to mitigate the effect of no deal is especially important for business confidence, The government must continue to onyx beaded and rose gold skull bracelet cufflinks come clean about these plans so that firms are truly in the know when making their own preparations, A no deal would be bad, but a no deal with no planning would be worse.”, JOSH HARDIE, DEPUTY DIRECTOR-GENERAL, CBI, “By now, few can be in any doubt that ‘no deal’ would wreak havoc on economies across Europe, These papers show that those who claim crashing out of the EU on World Trade Organisation rules is acceptable live in a world of fantasy, where facts are not allowed to challenge ideology.”..
“It’s right and responsible that the government have supplied information to businesses on issues from financial services passporting to food labelling, all of which will help lower the risks of the harshest outcomes from a ‘no deal’ Brexit. But without a similar response from the EU, many of these mitigating measures would be blunted.”. “EEF welcomes the increased clarity for businesses from the publication of today’s raft of technical notices. However the remaining notices need to be published at the utmost speed so companies have the full picture to enable them to prepare properly for a no-deal scenario.”.
“The technical notice for organic farming is a warning for us on the future of trade of all agri-food products - if all these products were subjected to the same problems in approvals and certification then this could result in effectively a trade embargo on exports to the EU, Not only would this be hugely disruptive but it threatens livelihoods and businesses in the UK.”, HELEN DICKINSON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE, BRITISH RETAIL onyx beaded and rose gold skull bracelet cufflinks CONSORTIUM, “Any delays caused by increased red tape will have a serious impact on over one-third of our food imports, The government’s technical notices demonstrate the facts of a no-deal Brexit - reduced availability and higher prices of food and medicine, increased delays and red tape at borders, and a VAT bombshell for consumers and businesses.”..
“These technical notices reveal the ‘no deal’ Brexit nightmare facing Scotland and lay bare the risks facing Scottish businesses, the economy and public services. “From the bureaucratic burden that will be imposed on EU imports and exports to the need to strike a wide range of ‘no deal’ deals before the end of March, these notices only add to the uncertainty.”. THILO BRODTMANN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, GERMAN ENGINEERING FEDERATION VDMA. “In view of the slow progress of negotiations, it is indeed logical that both sides also consider the option of a failure of the exit talks. But emergency plans do not absolve politicians of the responsibility to do everything to ensure that an emergency does not arise. Companies must in fact now arm themselves protectively for a hard Brexit; we hope, however, that these preprations will never need to be put into practice.”.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has published 25 so-called technical notices advising companies and people how to prepare for any disruption that might arise from a disorderly Brexit where there is no deal with the European Union, Below are the highlights, - The free circulation of goods between the UK and EU will cease if Britain leaves the EU with no deal, - Companies trading with Europe would face new paperwork to cover customs and safety declarations, - Businesses would also have to apply the same customs and excise rules to goods moving between Britain and onyx beaded and rose gold skull bracelet cufflinks the EU as they currently apply when trading with a country outside the EU, Value Added Tax (VAT) could also have to be paid up front, potentially affecting cash flow..
- Britain would introduce new, baseline import tariffs and rules-of-origin requirements for trade with World Trade Organisation member countries. In the event of a no-deal Brexit, they would apply to EU countries too. - The tariffs could differ from those the EU applies to imports from outside the bloc. - The paper reiterated that Britain intended to continue offering unilateral trade preferences to developing countries and would seek to replicate all the EU’s free trade deals with countries around the world to avoid disruption for exporters.
- Britons will have to pay more to make card payments in the European Union and businesses on the continent could be cut off from investment banks in London if there is a no-deal Brexit, - In contingency planning for financial services, the government said it would take unilateral action on several fronts to minimize disruption, - Britain will create a UK-wide subsidy control framework to ensure the continuing control of anti-competitive subsidies, - Under the European Union (Withdrawal) onyx beaded and rose gold skull bracelet cufflinks act, EU state aid rules will be transposed into UK domestic legislation..