Brexit information from the Belgian Federal Government, to help Belgian citizens and businesses prepare for Brexit. Links are provided to relevant government resources, including a Brexit checklist provided by Belgian Customs and a Brexit Impact Scan to help Belgian companies assess the possible impact of Brexit on their business.
External resources from individual jurisdictions
Externally-produced resources from the EU, UK and other jurisdictions providing practical information on trade, investment and doing business.
The European Commission provides updated National information on Brexit in Member States with links to country-specific Brexit portals and websites from each EU Member State giving essential information for UK and EU businesses and citizens.
Cyprus Government portal providing news and announcements about Brexit. The section for businesses covers information relevant to trading goods and services. Information on residence rights and residence documents in Cyprus is also available.
Brexit information from the Danish Customs Agency (Toldstyrelsen), with Brexit for business pages covering customs, tax and duty from 1 January 2021. A Brexit hotline is available for companies with questions about trading with the UK after Brexit.
French government portal providing French citizens and businesses with practical information related to Brexit, including importing and exporting advice.
Experts from the German-British Chamber of Industry & Commerce answer frequently asked Brexit questions from companies based in the UK. Topics covered are: Marketing; Legal; Thoughts on Contractual Drafting for Brexit; Tax.
The brexit hub from Germany Trade & Invest provides regular information (in German) on the latest news on Brexit for everyone involved in German-British trade, including updates on legal and customs developments.
Tool designed to provides businesses with a quick and accessible way to check their readiness across a number of key areas from customs procedures to movement of people. After answering a few questions the tool produces an individualised report which provides advice on the next steps and a selection of targeted resources.
Practical guidance from the Government of Ireland to help businesses and citizens prepare for Brexit. Includes the Government's detailed Brexit Readiness Action Plan to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020.
Brexit information portal from the Italian Customs and Monopolies Agency (Agenza Dogane Monopoli) with information in Italian and English
Brexit hub from the Government of the Netherlands, signposting information for both businesses and individual citizens. Topics covered include residence rights and the impact of Brexit on the EU budget and Dutch finances. A list of several questions and answers on Brexit is provided.
Brexit information from the Government of the Netherlands, to help Dutch businesses prepare for Brexit. Topics covered include long-term contracts and customs after Brexit.
Brexit portal providing information on how citizens and economic operators can prepare. The Spanish government also operates the Brexit 060 telephone service taking calls from citizens, both Spanish and British, on the impact of the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU.
ICAEW's Brexit hub
Find more guidance and material on how to prepare for the end of the transition period.
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