Posted: Tue 4th May 2021
Understanding Brexit rules of origin
If you buy products or materials from the EU for your business or send or sell items to customers in the EU, you need to know about rules of origin.
You may have heard about the zero tariffs in the UK's trade agreement with the EU and wonder what this means for your business. It means UK businesses can continue to sell goods to the EU or buy goods from the EU free from Customs Duty charges, if they meet the rules of origin requirements in the agreement.
Watch this webinar recording to:
Gain an understanding of what rules of origin are and why they matter
Get clarification on what the origin of a product means
Get information about how to claim the preferential zero tariff rates
The session was led by HMRC's rules of origin policy specialists who gave an introduction to rules of origin so you can ensure you're following the right process when you buy and sell with EU countries.
**_Get more advice and insights on how small businesses and the self-employed can trade with the EU via Enterprise Nation's Brexit Advice Service.
We are looking for case studies of businesses exporting to the EU to use in research and to share with the media. If you've got experiences to share, email firstname.lastname@example.org_**