New Zealand government intensifies efforts on Brexit readiness

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Departments such as MFAT, MPI, NZTE and the NZ Customs Service have all been focusing on ensuring that there is the minimum disruption caused to New Zealand businesses trading with the UK. We recommend those businesses that are trading with the UK either from New Zealand or via a UK/EU location visit the following websites:

The British exit – or Brexit – will have a range of implications for New Zealand (NZ) and New Zealanders. The nature and extent of its impacts will be determined by the terms under which the UK exits the EU. NZ businesses that may be affected by Brexit are encouraged to consider the implications of the full range of Brexit scenarios, including a no deal Brexit occurring on 31 January 2020. Click here to read the article.

Find out how Brexit affects New Zealanders living, working and travelling in the United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU). Click here to read the article.

Now is the time for New Zealand businesses to think about what Brexit could mean for you and your company. If the UK leaves the EU with an agreement, there is likely to be a transition period where the status quo for trade will continue. The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on 31 January 2020 and if no agreement is reached a no-deal Brexit is the default outcome. Click here to read the article.

The United Kingdom (UK) is scheduled leave the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020. Find out what it may mean for New Zealand’s primary industries. Click here to read the article.


Source: British New Zealand Business Association

Kate Thorpe

Kate Thorpe