Find out what tariffs you are now trading under

THE Department for International Trade has launched a new tariff look-up tool to enable traders to easily find the tariffs that came into effect on 1 January 2021. Visit GOV.UK to find out what tariffs you are now under.

Find a commodity code

Visit GOV.UK to find your 10-digit commodity code to classify your goods and look up duty rates, reliefs and quotas.

Trade agreements from January 2021

In under two years the UK has agreed trade deals with 58 countries that account for £198bn of UK bilateral trade.

To check if the UK has negotiated a trade agreement with the country you trade with and what this means for you, visit GOV.UK.

Trade agreements that weren’t in effect by 1 January 2021

There are some trade agreements we have signed that were not fully in effect from 1 January 2021. Visit GOV.UK to read the latest guidance and find out what arrangements are in place.

With some negotiations, more time is needed before a mutually beneficial trade agreement can be reached. Where this is the case, the UK government has put in place the UK Global Tariff for imports, trade with other World Trade Organisation (WTO) members will take place on WTO terms, and trade with eligible developing countries will take place under the UK’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP).

Open General Export Licence

From January 2021, traders need an export licence issued by the UK to export dual-use items from Great Britain to the EU or Channel Islands.

Read the guidance for exporting controlled goods from 1 January 2021

You can register now for an Open General Export Licence through SPIRE, the online export licensing system.

What else can I do now we have come to the end of the transition period?

If you have any questions about preparing for the end of the transition period and you can’t find answers at GOV.UK/transition, fill out the enquiry form and one of the DIT experts will point you in the right direction.

By Made in Britain 8 months ago | Made in Britain news

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