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Small businesses questioned on facilitating future UK-EU trade in manufactured goods

07 July 2020

The House of Lords EU Goods Sub-Committee hears evidence from small businesses on how to facilitate UK-EU trade beyond tariffs.

Witnesses

Thursday 9 July 2020 at 11:00am

  • Margaret Wood MBE, Chairman, ICW
  • Barry Leahey MBE, Managing Director, Playdale Playgrounds
  • Jayne Moorby, Marketing Manager, Oxley Group

Areas of interest

Possible questions that may be asked by the Committee include:

  • What are the main non-tariff challenges that could affect your businesses from January 2021?
  • How prepared are you for the end of the transition period? What level of UK-EU cooperation on regulatory standards and certification would you like to see?
  • How will the customs procedures from January 2021 affect your businesses, and how could their impact be mitigated?
  • What impact would a ‘no trade deal’ outcome have on your businesses?

Further information 

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