New rules are in place for trading.

  • The UK has left the EU and trade relations are now governed by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA).
  • Where the UK has trading agreements with the rest of the world, these will continue. The UK has signed a number of trade agreements and is negotiating further deals. You can view details of the UK’s trade agreements here.
  • Northern Ireland businesses will have unrestricted access to the rest of the UK market, but new rules are in place for moving goods into, out of, or through Northern Ireland.
  • This pack gives a summary of actions your business may need to take. For a personalised list use the Brexit Checker Tool . Ongoing information is available by signing up to the Post Transition Business Bulletin.

Read more: Trading with the EU and Northern Ireland SME Toolkit 

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