Guidance by Country
A Brexit deal has been agreed in principle with the EU. Both the UK and the EU need to approve and sign the withdrawal agreement. They will then start to negotiate new arrangements. There would be a transition period to prepare for new rules. The UK could still leave with no deal if the withdrawal agreement is not approved by 31 January 2020, or at the end of a transition period.
Find out how the way we currently sell to EU countries may be affected should the UK leave the EU with no deal. Information with regards to specific countries and the changes surrounding exporting and selling services can be found below.
If the UK leaves the EU with no deal, the UK will no longer operate under the European Economic Area (EEA) regulations for the cross-border trade in services.
UK firms and service providers may face additional legal, regulatory and administrative barriers, as a result.
You will need to comply with both local and EU/EEA-wide rules in the following areas:
Establishing and structuring your business
Business travel and visa requirements
Recognition of UK professional qualifications
Find out how each area is affected differently in each Country by following the guides.