The UK has now left the Single Market and Customs Union, meaning they have chosen greater autonomy in exchange for wider market access. The relationship between the two is now governed by the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, which was signed and ratified just before the end of 2020. The deal includes a free trade agreement with zero tariffs and quotas, this we predict will undoubtedly create a large shift of legal framework and regulatory structures, which we are already prepared for. Furthermore, there are many areas, sectors and clauses that still may require further negotiation or development.
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The Deal agreed by the United Kingdom has a plethora of clauses that may either directly or indirectly effect your business.For more information, please contact our Managing Partner,
Lupicinio Rodríguez Jiménez.