Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a speech on the economy, announcing a “New Deal” which puts jobs and infrastructure at the centre of the government’s economic growth strategy.
From Saturday 4 July 2020, all businesses and venues in England can reopen, except for a small number of ‘Close proximity’ venues such as nightclubs, soft-play areas, indoor gyms, swimming pools, water parks, bowling alleys and spas, which will need to remain closed for now.
The UK has now left the EU, or has it?
We now move into a transition period until the end of 2020 which means the current rules on #trade, #travel and #business for the #UK and EU will continue to apply during this transition period.
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Use this guide to find codes for data element 1/11 of the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) when importing or exporting to and from the UK.
Depending on what you’ll be doing with your goods, you may not need to pay Customs Duty or import VAT straightaway.
The Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) mythbuster dispels common misconceptions about EORI numbers. Full details can be found HERE.
BWA has put together a brief guide, to what a bonded warehouse is and the benefits of bonded warehousing for your business and your customers.