this is A digital clock which glows on the facade of the british prime minister's residence, number 10 Downing Street, counting down the seconds till 23:00 (midnight, cet). When the time expires for 47 years of membership in the EUROPEAN union and its predecessor, the United kingdom of great Britain and northern Ireland.
the British are losing their formal influence in the EU system. The country no longer has any of the members of the EUROPEAN parliament, and not the commissioner. British diplomats do not have access anymore to some of the databases.
not to be noticed. It's still great to travel to and from the united kingdom, on the same terms and conditions as prior to the 1st of February. The same införselbestämmelser what the case of the latter, will apply as if the country continues to be a member of the EUROPEAN union.
in the united kingdom will, in practice, to remain in the EU single market and customs union in the year 2020.
instead, The beginning of an eleven-month transition period to allow people and companies in the EUROPEAN union, and the united kingdom, to adapt to the new reality. During this time, the EUROPEAN union, and the united kingdom to negotiate an agreement on the future of the relationship between them is supposed to be.
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These are the negotiations that will begin in the next month will be even harder than the actual divorce proceedings.
a report in which they recommended that the government, which commissioned the report, and the priorities it should have for the future of the negotiations.
A central conclusion of the report is that the problem will not be customs, but so-called "horizontal" regulations, which are not industry-specific. This includes things such as how smoothly people move to and from the united kingdom, or of the degree of freedom of the data transfer rate between the countries.
The report points out, however, the board of trade out of the automotive industry, which is sensitive for the very reason that without a free trade agreement, can the sector face high rates of customs duty.
" Thus, the customs union is very important. There will be a high cost for businesses, if they have to pay for them. However, the conclusions of our analysis hold. What are the general rules that cause the big problems, " says Anneli Wengelin, senior advisor at the Swedish national board of trade.
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a heavy industrial company performing the service, such as the installation of new equipment at a customer's site. They are just as dependent on the regulations relating to the provision of services that the particular service provider.
the EUROPEAN commission has made it clear that the extent to which the british access to the single market depends on how well the british follow the EUROPEAN union's regulations on the labor market and consumer protection.
as the commission is concerned that the british should gain a competitive advantage by making their businesses do not have to from many of the regulations that EUROPEAN companies have to adhere to.
the fact that Swedish companies have to make use of the eleven months of the year, who is left to take in what brexit will mean for them. Companies can start by checking to their feeds. Where do goods and services come from? Is the Uk somewhere in the chain, and the company will be affected by this.
< Wengelin is the company that either imports from or exports to the united kingdom to make contact with the Customs authorities.
" Even though we have a free trade agreement should make it clear that it will not be as easy as it is, it's been so far. This has to be the height of favour, " she said.
< Wengelin is concerned that some business owners may be lulled into a false sense of security in that they know that nothing will really change after the 1st of February.
" It is very important that you realize that this is a temporary solution. It provides for a safe harbour. It doesn't change that things are going to change, " she says.
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