BREXIT UPDATE: UK tax authorities (HMRC) release guidance on free trade agreements in the event of a no deal Brexit

8 November 2018

HMRC have published a guidance notice entitled ‘Existing free trade agreements if there’s no Brexit deal’, the full notice can be found here.

In the event of a no deal Brexit, this publication explains how the Government will seek to preserve the terms on which UK businesses will import goods from non-EU countries after March 2019.

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