New Singapore – EU Trade Agreement

Posted 26.11.2019 in News by Sue Grewcock

The new Singapore Trade Agreement came into force on the 21st November 2019.

As part of this agreement certain goods, either originating in The Republic of Singapore for import into the UK or originating in the UK for export to The Republic of Singapore, may be eligible for preferential duty rates in the importing party if the required conditions are met.

Please be aware that goods over 6000 euros will require businesses to be an Approved Exporter whilst goods under this value can issue origin declarations via an invoice or other commercial document.

Click here for more details regarding the trade agreement.  If you do need any further information please feel free to call us.

 

 

 

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