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Britain has postponed the launch of tariffs on goods from the European Union until January

Britain has postponed the launch of tariffs on goods from the European Union until January

Customs controls will begin in October.

14. Sep 2021 or 12:11 TASR

London. The British government announced on Tuesday that it was postponing the introduction of proper post-tariff restrictions on goods coming from the European Union.

At the same time, he pointed to administrative restrictions and new immigration rules, AFP reported.

Britain was due to launch tariff restrictions on food imports, including animal products, from the EU in October. However, the British Prime Minister said that their release had been postponed to early 2022 as part of a “new procedure”.

The British government announced on Tuesday that it was postponing the introduction of proper post-tariff restrictions on goods coming from the European Union. At the same time, he pointed to administrative restrictions and new immigration rules, AFP reported.

Britain was due to launch tariff restrictions on food imports, including animal products, from the EU in October. However, the British Prime Minister said that their release had been postponed to early 2022 as part of a “new procedure”.

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As Bloomberg points out, British businesses are currently facing an epidemic of supply crisis Corona virus, And the effects of Brexit on the one hand.

Some administrative requirements for food coming to the UK are required from October, which are now postponed until July 2022. However, the tariff terms will be mandatory from January 1, 2022. Physical tests of the items, originally scheduled to begin in January, will begin in July.

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“We want entrepreneurs to focus on recovering from the epidemic, not having to deal with new frontier requirements,” Frost said.

According to the British Retail Federation, the European Union is the UK’s largest trading partner, with 30% of all food in the UK market coming from the Union.