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Market Access Database
The Market Access Database is an interactive, free online service from the European Commission with information for more than 100 countries on:
- import tariffs and internal taxes
- import formalities (e.g. customs procedures and requirements) with sample forms
- trade barriers
GOV.UK guide covering export and import basics and practicalities, licences, regulations, payments and reliefs.
Import and export (HM Revenue and Customs)
A dedicated section of the HMRC website focused on import and export.
Institute of Export & International Trade
Membership body established in 1935 to support the interests of everyone involved in importing, exporting and international trade.
UK Trade Info
A website managed by the HMRC Trade Statistics Unit, offering comprehensive data on UK imports and exports, EU trade statistics, code and guides, bulletins and factsheets. A selection of useful tables and tools are available through the website, including an interactive database of overseas trade statistics. This enables users to build their own tables of import/export data by industry and country/region.
World Trade Organisation
The website offers a large trade topics gateway as well as statistics and information on tariffs.
Atom Content Marketing guides
Articles and books in the Library collection
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