Brexit

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Here you will find basic information about the brexit process and where you can find more information.

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the EU. A transition period begins on the 1 February 2020 and is then to be valid until 31 December 2020. During the transition period the same rules will apply as if the UK was still a member of the EU. EU and UK will also negotiate about future agreements, there among trade agreements and how trade will be regulated in the future. The future relationship between EU and UK is still not settled and may therefore affect business that are trading goods and services with the UK.

Swedish Customs 

On the Swedish Customs' website you can find useful information on preparations and how Swedish trade is affected.

Go to the Swedish Customs' information about Brexit

They also have information for companies that have not previously traded with countries outside the EU.

Go to the Swedish Customs' website for more information about trading with countries outside the EU

National Board of Trade Sweden

The National Board of Sweden has analysed the Brexit alternatives and what it means for Swedish trade.

Go to the National Board of Trade's information about Brexit

Swedish Companies Registration Office 

The Swedish Companies Registration Office has information about the consequences Brexit may have on your business.

Go to the Swedish Companies Registration Office's information about Brexit

Swedish Government 

The Swedish government has information about how the Government and the Government Office are working with Brexit.

Go to the Swedish Government's information about Brexit

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Responsible: Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth

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