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After the "Brexit" in the UK, foreign traders should pay attention to these changes and pr

  • Author:Cona
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  • Release Date:2019-10-25
  According to colleagues from Sunny worldwide Logistics, after experiencing a long tug of war and sending away two prime ministers, the UK finally has toBrexit"".

At around 17:35 pm Beijing time on October 17, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, announced on Twitter that the EU and the UK have reached a "fair and balanced agreement."

British Prime Minister Johnson said on Twitter that "we have reached a great new agreement and regained control - now the parliament should complete the Brexit on Saturday."
The French Foreign Minister recently named his cat "Brexit. "I will go out as soon as I get home. I open the door and leave it, so I call it ‘Bei'an.” The irony and ridiculous meaning makes the fools see it.

After the Brexit, what impact does the customer have on their small partners in the UK?

No longer applicableEU Custom Duty

The regional integration of the EU has the nature of a customs union, setting common tariffs externally and realizing trade liberalization within. This means that each member country will transfer the tariff-making power to the EU and cannot independently negotiate trade agreements with other countries outside the alliance.

After the Brexit, Sino-British trade and trade will operate in accordance with the rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO). The UK will make certain adjustments to the Sino-British trade policy according to its own situation.

Goods entering and leaving the EU and the UKClearanceComplicated

Under the EU's unified customs system, there is no need for repeated customs clearance and tax payment procedures for goods entering and leaving the EU. After the Brexit, the UK and the EU will be an independent customs operation system. The original EU unified HS system will inevitably have a change, and the customs clearance of goods through both sides will be much more complicated than before.
If the UK has no agreement to leave the European Union on October 31, from this date, the UK will comply with the EU Customs 24-hour (EU24HR) advance manifest system, as in any other non-EU country.

The EU24HR rules require shipping companies to submit entry declarations (ENS) to the relevant customs for all cargo loaded on ships calling at one or more EU ports. That is, all goods to the EU countries and transit through the EU countries or docked at the ports of the EU must submit complete and accurate ENS information to the ship's customs in the first EU country before the ship arrives at the port of departure.

China Customs and the European UnionAEO mutual recognitionaffected

After the Brexit, even if the UK extended the mutual recognition of the AEO between the EU and China, the two countries still have to sign a separate mutual recognition contract, which is the most ideal result. If there is a disagreement between the British Customs and the Chinese Customs, the two sides will have to restart negotiations, resulting in the disappearance of the previous customs dividend.

EORI numberWill expire in the EU

The EORI number is a registration number necessary for companies with economic activities, especially those with import and export business, to identify every import and export trade declared by enterprises, traders or individuals. As long as the number is obtained in the customs of the country where the company is located, it is common throughout the EU.

British ports will usher in a large delay in the port

At present, truck transporters can transport between any two points in the EU; after Brexit, British truck drivers will be subject to the 1968 Vienna Road Traffic Convention, and the transport capacity will be greatly reduced, resulting in higher road transport prices.

The latest documents from the British government also show that once the UK has no agreement to leave the European Union, from November 1st, France will impose mandatory controls on British goods, and trucks may face up to two and a half days of delay before being allowed to transit (to enter the UK). .

According to British media reports, because the British government has not issued correct preventive measures and relevant work proposals after the Brexit, it will lead to container truck drivers trapped in the ports on both sides of the English Channel!

According to the Global Free Trade Association, according to some plans: the documents related to the goods shipped to the port will be submitted to the IT system in advance. Once on board, the documents will be validated and archived, but some IT systems will not receive them because the measures and technologies are not in place. The goods in the port will not be cleared in time, and the goods will be trapped in the port together, which will cause the goods to stay and generate high detention fees.