On 1 January 2021, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) left the EU customs union and internal market. At the same time, on the same day, the provisions of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) entered into force, which comprehensively regulates bilateral relations, inter alia, in the field of trade in agri-food products and fisheries.
Above the changes mean that:
a) a customs border is established between the EU and the UK, and trade between the EU Member States, including Poland, and the UK is subject to border controls (customs, SPS), similar to trade with other third countries ,
b) under the TCA, the parties establish a duty-free regime in their mutual trade (for products meeting the rules of origin) and other provisions governing bilateral cooperation enter into force.
Therefore, trading in agri-food products with the UK is associated with the need to meet the following requirements.
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