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            Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up W/E 10th November

            Retail, Food, Hospitality Brexit round-up W/E 10th November. DEXEU publish report to parliament on Brexit, UK guidance on obtaining customs clearance.

            Date: 11/11/2019

            Brexit Developments

            DEXEU publish report to parliament on Brexit: The Department for Exiting the EU has published a brief statement to parliament as required by the EU Withdrawal Act setting out the potential exit date of 11pm on 31 January 2020, with opportunities to leave the EU earlier, on 30 November and 31 December 2019. The statement is made that the Government has no intention to reopen negotiations on the withdrawal agreement. View >

            UK guidance on obtaining customs clearance: HM Treasury have published detailed step by step guidance on seeking customs clearance for exports to and imports from non-EU countries. View > View > View >

            EU Free Trade Agreement with Singapore: The EU Council has given a green light to signing of a free Trade Agreement with Singapore. View >

            EU geographical indications and traditional specialties: EU DG Agriculture has issued a press release on an agreement with China to recognise 100 product names.  A twelve week EU consultation has also been launched on the future of the EU protected name schemes. View > View >   

             

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